Le Mas des Amandiers

Address: Chemin de la Font de Mai , Aubagne, Provence, 13400, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Chemin de la Font de Mai , Aubagne.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Le Mas des Amandiers Aubagne

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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 ...

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 return

A travel blog entry by kayyendole on Jun 23, 2012

7 photos

... to Sete 240km long and crossing more than 60 locks is an amazing engineering feat. The locks are quite different to ours and a different shape; bulbous; because of the design of the original barges of the time. Not so easy for modern boating craft to manoevre but very entertaining to see them try.
We had a lovely meal at Capestang when we docked to complete the trip. John finally had some Moule which are not plentiful at ...

Eiffel tower with some wine

A travel blog entry by mike_wiechecki on Mar 10, 2012

... caused several collapses including a roadway which dropped 25 m into the ground. They started strengthening the tunnels although then they were having an overflow in the cemeteries. One part of the tunnel collapsed below a cemetery causing the contents to spew out onto the streets. To fix the problems, King Louis decided to start filling the catacombs with the deceased. So now the tunnels are lined with thousands of bones in a weird and eerie ...

Goodbye Catalan, Hello Languedoc Roussillon France

A travel blog entry by diff54 on Sep 28, 2011

5 photos

... pool that afternoon was an activity that really felt like a totally chilled out restful holiday. In the evening we joined them in their everyday walking George and Molly (their beautiful dogs) through the fields of fruit trees- peach, nectarine, (all stone fruit now finished unfortunately) apple and almond. A delicious Lucy home cooked meal, wine and more talk into the night.