Les Arcs Chalets

Address: Les Arcs sur Argens, Provence, France | Hotel
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Monte Carlo or Bust

A travel blog entry by alexwelsh95 on Aug 22, 2013

1 comment, 14 photos

... the ship at sea. You can see the photo that I uploaded. I also met a lovely woman who I had a very nice conversation with about universities and plans for the future.

Villefranche is a very pretty place to look at. Rows of colourful buildings with the backdrop of a mountain and plenty of sun. When we had begun our ten minute walk towards the train station, it felt a little less pretty and more of the same in terms of a port. From the tender boat and the ship it's a very ...

Nice Nice, France

A travel blog entry by bliebenow on May 21, 2013

44 photos

... also recently became incredibly popular. Guidebooks say to avoid the French Riviera during the festival, but we accidentally visited right in the middle (we have impeccable luck with these things).

The hotel we are staying at (which I have now spent a considerable amount of time in) is called Palais de la Méditerranée and was an independent hotel bought by Hyatt and converted to ...

A shriveled saint

A travel blog entry by primaryendpoint on Oct 04, 2012

26 photos

... have her name attached to a swish winery.

Sainte Roseline was high-born to a nobleman in 1263, a time of famine. At an early age she showed an unusual sensitivity to the needy. In fact, as a girl Roseline used to smuggle food from the larder to give to poor people outside the gates of her chateau. When her father discovered her antics he was furious and forbade her to continue her good works. But she persisted. One morning daddy ...

Nice, Oui, Oui

A travel blog entry by ostrowski on Jun 12, 2012

2 comments, 25 photos

... trying to make a living. We saw a clown playing the accordian and a girl completely covered in fabric playing some kind of a whistle and wildly moving her arms and legs. You never saw any part of her body since she was wrapped in the material. It's all interesting. We continued down this street to return to the beach to see it in the evening. Still spectacular with waves crashing and the wind blowing wildly!

Very slow Wi Fi, Pictures to come ...


A travel blog entry by tpelaia on Apr 07, 2012

2 photos

... in under 3 years.   I would love to have a rosemary bush like it a home.  You'll see a picture attached.  She also has turtles. I took a photo of one too. I spent some time going through some old photo albums she had. I came across some pictures our family when we were kids and when we visited Calabria in 1980.  I looked soooo funny.   I took some pictures of them with ...