Le Mas De La Rose

Address: Route D Eygalieres, Orgon, Provence, 13660, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Route D Eygalieres, Orgon, is near Canal du Centre.
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    Travel Blogs from Orgon

    June 11, 2015

    A travel blog entry by stuartandsue on Jun 11, 2015

    1 comment, 6 photos

    Bright start to the morning after a good night's sleep. A light breakfast and then off to explore Arles. It's a fairly large town. It has a Bull Ring, an Roman amphitheatre and it gave van Gogh a home to paint his Sunflowers. He shared his flat with his mate, Gaugin before they fell out and Goghy went short sighted! ( he cut his ear off and so his specs wouldn't stay on - boom boom) We didn't ...

    From Hell to Heaven. Welcome to Provence!

    A travel blog entry by shepdim on Jun 11, 2015

    4 photos

    ... et deux verre du vin blanc", we were off!. After downing the drinks with the thirst of a man stranded on a desert island without water for 6 weeks, food was ordered, rapidly consumed and after switching to a couple of glasses of "vin rose"' we got the bill, paid and walked off the lunch back to the B&B. Unlike the previous 'how far can you demean yourself by slumming it, Dimmock', beds for the evening, this place was a dream. Set in typical converted 'Mas' style Provence ...

    Perfect Provence

    A travel blog entry by wisetrip on Jun 20, 2012

    19 photos

    ... Popes. It is known as the city of Popes as nine had ruled there successively in the 14th century and this made Avignon one of the political and spiritual capitals of Europe at that time. Avignon was also a meeting point for Italian and French art in the 18th century which continued. Many artist were born, lived or stayed in this region and there are many galleries and museums around.

    On Saturday we had a drive around ...

    Provence the guide books miss out

    A travel blog entry by nealrover on Jul 15, 2011

    23 photos

    ... restaurant with a set menu of an assiette of local goodies with wines by the glass. Our plans are set though and the wine area in the cave is busy so we head off to the restaurant determined to be early.

    When we arrive at La Fiacre two tables are already occupied on the terrace and we are actually given the same table as last year.

    A friendly welcome and just as before amuse bouches are provided and then a second plate of goats cheese toasts followed the Anchovies in ...

    The End of the Beginning

    A travel blog entry by cft89 on Feb 23, 2010

    109 photos

    ... more self-aware, and proud of what I’ve achieved. My language, something that has actually always felt like a secondary aim for my trip to France, has greatly improved, even to the extent that one French girl didn’t realise I was foreign until I told her. I already feel nostalgic for France, with a new understanding for the country and a real appreciation of its culture, though I must admit that it has not altered my feelings about Europe and ...