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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Blog 7.1: Nice - By Name,OK By Nature

A travel blog entry by sampsus on Aug 05, 2013

2 comments, 13 photos

... as well!

We ended up at a restaurant called Terres De Truffes. I really wish my French was so 'tres miserable"... As it turns out, "Terres De Truffes" translates to "Land Of Truffles". And they were not kidding.

Note: I don't want to sound like a pompous dick here.

Every single item on the menu had truffles in it. Which sounds amazing, but by the time Susman got to the 3rd course of her relatively good value set menu, we deemed the shaved ...

Today Is Tuesday, Must Be "Oui"!

A travel blog entry by jbushie on May 15, 2012

1 comment, 10 photos

... machine at Maccas and the oranges spiral down, rotate and squeeze the real thing into your cup! One hour after takeoff, we descend over the azure sea of the French Riviera into Nice and rationalise hailing a taxi after catching so many buses and trains thus far. Hotel Victor Hugo is another small establishment within a larger building, this one occupied by many medical specialists. The hotel itself is somewhat dated, but large enough - ...

Castles in the air

A travel blog entry by charliegirl on Sep 25, 2010

7 photos

We had a day at leisure. We slept in til 7am, what a luxury! There was no rush to put the bags by the door and no set time to have breakfast but we still didn't want to miss the opportunity to see as much of Nice as we could. So we grabbed a map and headed out towards the beach before 9am. It was still reasonably early and already there were many people sunbathing, we had ...

Fayence Day Seven & Eight - The End is in Sight

A travel blog entry by magton on Sep 17, 2010

25 photos

... 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

31 photos

... 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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