Nouvel Hotel du Commerce
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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This morning we woke up early to try to find a nice lake at which we could spend the day. Originally we planned to drive for about 20 minutes to a certain lake but we actually found one that was much closer and was almost empty. We spent the majority of the day at the lake, with Dad and Max often going out in the canoe. We grabbed lunch from the sandwich and ...
... to be another 1.5 hours. It had been a long day. We were on the road just after 7.30am and there had been a lot of driving. But one of the things we love most about France is its scenery, and diversity of scenery. And so the trip home was still a pleasurable one. There were lavender fields, enough to supply earth's population for the next century I imagine - there were hundreds of them. Poppies sprouting along the side of the road, and in ...
We awoke at the Carajuan campsite to another grey cloudy looking day. We had planned to walk at least part of the gorge but the wetaher was looking decidedly dodgy. Aftre some discussion between Cj and myself and a chat with a very chatty english outdoor activites teacher was was staying at the campsite we decided to have a look at at least part of the walk. So we packed up and ...
Called into a campsite on spec and found a lovely shady spot, 50 metres from the beach on the La Brague River. Very convenient…outside campsite gate - train and bus stops to the whole south coast. 1 euro each for 75 minutes of ...
We decided to travel the route round the gorge again, this time the other way around and with an extended tour to Lac d'Esparron which is part of the Lower Gorges. This is a mediaeval village complete with castle and is known especially for its water sports on the lake. We passed through many little villages on the way there, all equally delightful and full of old charm as only Provence can get away with ...