Le Mas des Amandiers

Address: Chemin de la Font de Mai , Aubagne, Provence, 13400, France | Hotel
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Location

This hotel is located on Chemin de la Font de Mai , Aubagne.
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Travel Blogs from Aubagne

Beau Geste and all that!

A travel blog entry by kev-buxton on Sep 22, 2014

3 comments, 3 photos

... which we couldn't turn around. We then made our way the couple of miles to Aubagne and later met Gilly in the city centre where our hotel for the night was located.

During the evening we went across the square from the hotel to a restaurant where Les and myself had the mixed grill. It wasn't like any mixed grill I had ...

Finaly in french canal like the brochure said.

A travel blog entry by thermalsailors on Oct 20, 2012

2 comments

... board. Easy peasy. we did three locks today in no time. The river has been tamed up here.  The current is down to 1 knot, sometimes more, rarely less. But no more fighting the helm to keep a course through the bridge supports. it seems the locals use the river here. kite surfers, rowers and dingies. In Arles they fear it. 10m high stone embankments mean even getting to the water is hard. nobody wants to anyway.  except the ...

Desolate, France

A travel blog entry by laurabonhard on Jul 21, 2012

11 photos

... on the bus route brochure and I eventually just asked the driver if I could get off. I was in the middle of an industrial wasteland… literally just large warehouses and a long, dusty highway. I sat on the side of the road and tried to piece together where I was via the googlemap page I had left open. Of course, I hadn’t actually left the page open zoomed-in enough to see the street names, but I took the best guess I could as to where I was and where my hotel might ...

The scenery is spectacular Caira...honest!

A travel blog entry by donaldc on May 09, 2012

3 photos

... the handlebars.  She managed to get the front wheel completely jackknifed, at which point there was really little option but to catapult over the handlebars.  we were going slowly at the time, riding side-by-side and chatting.  She took one hand off the handlebars, and then the wheel was pointing in the wrong direction.   At the time, we were idling in a stretch of the trail that is cut into the rock, so there were vertical rock faces going up ...

Chateauxs and Caves

A travel blog entry by kellywiseman on Jun 09, 2011

5 photos

... important to the people were the animals they hunted and revered. We then moved on to Lascaux II, which was a cave that was an exact replica of the first cave that was closed when 1million people trekked in spores that nearly eradicated the paintings. I'll spare you the details, but it was fascinating how they replicated the cave and the paintings using one woman over a six year period! The day was fantastic! ...