La Sousto

Address: 4 rue du Paty, Fayence, Provence, 83440, France | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 4 rue du Paty, Fayence.
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Travel Blogs from Fayence

Seeing the French Riviera &How the Other Half Live

A travel blog entry by chrissyfaulks on Apr 20, 2013

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... rent bikes, eat at restaurants on the beach, and order drinks from a deckchair. There's no sand though - it's large, grey smooth pebbles which is weird for us Australians who are used to beautiful sandy beaches. They also have restaurants and bars all up and down the beach, and some you have to pay to go into. I think I prefer the Australian more natural approach to beaches (no businesses on the beach!) but it is cool to sip a (usually overpriced) cocktail ...

Never a dull moment...

A travel blog entry by fatkidfrogs on May 17, 2012

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Going from Morocco to the French Riviera could not have been a better way to re-energize us. We were living a very sober life and we almost made it out of Morocco without a sip of alcohol. Of course they do sell alcohol in touristy areas but we tried to respect the culture. Once we were in the airport though, we noticed a can of Casablanca beer and thought we really deserved it.

Then we flew on Air France and they were giving out alcohol ...

Nice to be in Nice

A travel blog entry by engagedandgone on Mar 09, 2011

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... 8217; Eeeks! We had to evacuate the building. All was okay in the end and we were on our way. The six hour train ride got us to Paris late afternoon. This is purely a stopover for our AM train to Brussels the next day (I shall return! – thanks cousin Douglas). Our limited time in Paris got us excited for what was to come. But for now – off to Brussels!

Xoxo Gossip Girl

Drew + ...

Fayence Day Seven & Eight - The End is in Sight

A travel blog entry by magton on Sep 17, 2010

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... we had was to use up all the food we had accumulated in the week....onions & garlic for Africa............some leftover pieces of steak; capsicums, mustard, tomatoes, dried sausage, lentils..............I hear a soup coming on..........I started the soup off and a few last minute ingredients, plus some fresh baguettes made for a great final meal. Plus a 1.29 Euro bottle of red that can definitely be recommended, once it has had ...

Fayence Day Six - Perfume and Pots

A travel blog entry by magton on Sep 16, 2010

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... oils they use for making the branded perfumes. Just about every third shop is a perfumerie and it got very hard to even know where to begin. However, we soon got 'locked in' by a saleslady and eventually I managed to find one I liked. The prices here for parfume are a lot cheaper than buying a 'name brand' but just as good. Once I had made my choice the bottle is filled and then assembled and labelled.
Tony had tried a few of the men's fragrances ...

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