Residence le Domaine de Figuieres

Address: 103 Route du Muy, Ste-Maxime, French Riviera - Cote d'Azur, Provence, 83120, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 103 Route du Muy, Ste-Maxime.
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Travel Blogs from Ste-Maxime

Eze and Cap Ferrat

A travel blog entry by nancya on Sep 19, 2014

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... is a charming baroque church with frescos intact. On our way back we stopped at Cap Ferrat for a walk around the peninsula. The clouds darkened and rain shortened our walk. We were still able to appreciate the beauty of the coastline from this perspective. Lost in Nice once again!!!! We had a great dinner of a fish stew and peach ...


A travel blog entry by matchett5 on Jul 31, 2013

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After the disappointment of no slides at the site we are staying at, we promised Ayden the waterpark. The girls loved playing in le enfant section, whilst Ayden, James and I rotated turns on the slides. Another 'EPIC' day according to Ayden. Must admit, it was pretty fun!! Grace even braved a water slide with us, I'll take her delighted screams as assurance that she enjoyed ...

Antibes via Cannes & Monaco

A travel blog entry by rhampshire on Jun 04, 2013

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... hour or so to visit Monaco.  We initially thought we might be able to get to Monaco for the Grand Prix (practice day) but ticket delivery etc was going to be too complicated while we were travelling but we were glad to see there was still remains of the circuit which was great to see.  We wandered around the port and main city attractions which were all so immaculate it was almost too ...

Over and out ....

A travel blog entry by marianner on Jun 10, 2012

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... is limping) down to the square there was clearly festivity in the air. What a send off! Annie couldn't have arranged better. The plaza was buzzing and there were soldiers, dancers, processions, llamas... You name it, it was there to show me what a fascinating mixture Cusco was. Every dance troupe was more colourful than the last. The costumes were incredible. It is unclear as to what the party is for - there are catholic feasts as well as the Inca celebration for ...

April 28, 2012

A travel blog entry by thebairds on Apr 28, 2012

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Today featured an early 5:30 AM wake up call so we could hop over to the train station for our departure to the south of France. After saying goodbye to our wonderful little Parisian flat we headed out to find a cab to the station. We found a cab line as well as an early morning conflict between two cabbies and some patrons which resulted in the patrons kicking in the door of one of the cabs. Good morning to you too, buddy. After dodging the skirmish we hopped a ride to ...