Le Colombier

Address: Quartier Saint Michel, Moustiers Sainte-Marie, Provence, 04360, France | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Quartier Saint Michel, Moustiers Sainte-Marie, is near Caveau du Gigondas.
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    Travel Blogs from Moustiers Sainte-Marie

    Day 41. Les Salles-Sue-Verdon

    A travel blog entry by jacksatlast on Jun 09, 2015

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    Stopover en route to Basse gorges du Verdon. Wild camping in the town. We sneaked in a canoe trip in the morning but as we returned the storms were brewing. Just as we left the heavens opened up. It didn't stop until 9.30 pm. We couldn't find the Aire so we pulled up in the village battened down the hatches and watched England V France Ladies in the World Cup Football. We are in bed early as we plan a drive ...

    Our Secret holiday destination

    A travel blog entry by stuartandsue on Jun 08, 2015

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    This really is one of the most beautiful, yet unsung, holiday spots in the world. June is a perfect time to be here without the crowds. We have been lucky to get one of the best emplacements overlooking the lake. The facilities are sound. Our tent has been great and apart from one half of one of our beds deflating we have slept well. We like camping here! We took an electric boat out down the foot of the gorge. Lovely views but boat really slow. Bloke and a dog on a ...

    First stop on my way back to the USA

    A travel blog entry by expatrepat on Jul 06, 2014

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    ... French school took total immersion seriously: you were only allowed to speak French morning, noon and night. Even logistics were discussed in French.

    The mornings consisted of a simple breakfast and then classes. These were followed by a three-course lunch with plenty of rosť wine from Provence. The afternoons were filled with all kinds of activities. So I went sailing, kayaking, hiking, wine tasting and swimming in French. I ...

    Let's do the time warp.

    A travel blog entry by emtyadventures on Sep 27, 2013

    20 photos

    ... way in the midst of retired cashed up 'winebagoers’ from all over Europe. We felt like the poor kids at camp wearing Dunlop volley’s while the others all had Nike’s. These couples had an outfit and gadget for every activity or part of the day. A simple ride into town meant kitting up in Tour De France attire, a walk was accompanied by titanium walking sticks and hiking shoes, and evening drinks outside the van was complete with jewelry or shirt and ...

    Exploring the Verdon Gorge

    A travel blog entry by megs-anoop on Jul 12, 2013

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    ... place, we were a bit surprised at how busy it was and how many boats were already gone. We had about ten people ahead of us and by the time we got to the front, there were only two kayaks left! The pedal-boats were clearly the most popular choice because steering was a cinch and it also meant you could go for a dip in the refreshing waters when you wanted and easily get back into the boat via a ladder on the back. We didn’t have that luxury so we paddled up the ...