Hotel Du Terreau

Address: 21, place du Terreau, Manosque, Provence, 04100, France | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 21, place du Terreau, Manosque, is near Golf du Luberon.
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      Travel Blogs from Manosque

      Not your typical day in Provence

      A travel blog entry by labellevie on Nov 14, 2014

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      ... 8220;undesirables”, and third as an interment camp for Jews being deported to Auschwitz via Drancy. It is also known as the “camp of artists” due to the number and diversity of artworks produced by the interned; more than 400 pieces were created here by the likes of Max Ernst, Hans Bellmer, and Lion Feuchtwanger as a way to channel their creativity to resist the persecution and dehumanization to ...

      A Little Variety

      A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Oct 31, 2014

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      ... very small town recommended by Rick Steves. Along the way we see lots of lavender fields. During the summer this area is bathed in purple. That is something I’d love to see. Joucas is very quiet. Things don’t quite add up. There is an artist shop with a couple who create amazing human forms from knotted wood. The figures are bigger than life size and extremely well done. They must sell them in some upscale market because ...

      Aix

      A travel blog entry by lauraandmikey on Sep 16, 2014

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... your morning café. As one of our Airbnb hosts taught us, the croissant is actually made by a viennoiserie (makers of baked goods from a yeast leavened dough), and originated from Vienna (hence the name viennoiserie). Boulangers specialise in bread, but most also branch out to include viennoiserie and patisserie (specialities in pastries and sweets such as tarte citron), but they are all a specialty and art unto their own. We didn’t share in the daily croissant tradition, but ...

      Antiques and Flea Market at L'Isle-sur-la Sorgue

      A travel blog entry by kerrycrosbie on Aug 25, 2013

      8 photos

      ... town - stalls are everywhere. You really need the whole day to see everything and I could have quite easily stayed the whole day, but Jack was getting a bit "Marketed out' so reluctantly we headed towards car. I couldn't complain, we had been there for hours and I loved poking around in all the old stuff. I have found the French to be completely charming and extremely friendly and helpful and have had fun trying to make myself understood. I ...

      Acro-branche

      A travel blog entry by rachellew on Jul 30, 2013

      ... to watch the older kids so I had to go and do whatever they did. It was a crazy adrenalin rush and I managed to make it to the end successfully. I doubt my own strength sometimes because especially on the ones that required my own strength (like the tarzan rope) I doubted myself thinking that I wasnt strong enough to make it to the other side and that I was going to fall. I made it through all the courses and was only mildly sore ...