Residence la Licorne de Haute Provence
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Residence la Licorne de Haute Provence Greoux les Bains
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... young women), and a group of guests from the UK and the US. We all had a love of travel in common, and they were interested to hear about our background and the places we'd visited, but particularly our impressions and thoughts on Aix and France. We were even more impressed when the General Manager came to greet us personally after dinner, check whether we enjoyed our meal, and to meet Rachel. A very nice touch :)
... When we could drag ourselves away we went to the Granet museum, a small gallery that has a Rembrandt self portrait, a couple of Picassos, some original CÚzannes and many other 16th and 17th century artworks by artists I wasn't familiar with. In addition to the paintings, there was a room of sculpted marble figures that were evocative, sensual and very classical, and another room full of busts of "famous" local figures.
The main exhibition floor was given over ...
... degrees Celsius, at the same time surrounded by superconducting magnets at close to Absolute Zero (0K or -273.16 C)
This is around 10 times hotter than the Sun.
At these temperatures, the matter exists as a plasma and nuclei can smash together producing new , heavier elements.
When this happens, the component parts being bound together in a different combination actually has a tiny “Mass Defect” (a bit of mass left ...
... fit. We had a cafe lai with a crossant and watched the passing parade. Our next stop was Meniers. Another beautiful hilltop village with ancient buildings which I will never tire of admiring and photographing. So many steps! I am going to have the best, toned calves when I get home. We weaved our way up through the narrow streets, laneways and the staircases to the town's church. I asked Jack why did they always build their churches ...
... for the day. We did the walk around the city centre and broke from the tradition and had sushi for lunch. We decided to go for a drive in the country and chose the town of Fuveau which was a quaint little village on a hill set in the mountain ranges. Very spectacular scenery. We returned to our hotel to complete our diary and ...