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

Relaxing day

A travel blog entry by hudsimo on May 28, 2013

3 photos

... rope these Aussies into believing they had been attacked, complete with opening of a shirt to show scars.

As a result, we missed a dinner reservation we made. Luckily there are many restaurants to choose from and we soon found another with a great meal and possibly Paul's favourite dessert so far.

This hotel really is in a magic spot and we have decided to stay an extra night before heading across the border into Italy for some of the last days (boo hoo) of our ...

Damn you, Matisse. You and your stupid paintings!

A travel blog entry by ragenrich on May 06, 2011

1 comment, 75 photos

... sea attacks, not as a royal palace. However, there were many Marseillais opposed to its construction since Marseille had retained the right to provide for its own defense after it was annexed to the French kingdom in 1481; they viewed the construction of the château as an unwanted imposition of the outside authority coming from the Île-de-France. Its principal military value was as a deterrent, and it never had to defend itself against an actual attack. The Château ...

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 ...

Fayence Day Five - "Which way is Italy??"

A travel blog entry by magton on Sep 15, 2010

51 photos

... the garlic in the air....

We head to the first proper Italian town, Ventimiglia, and not only manage to find two car parks but the perfect seaside restaurant as well. Lunch in Italy was about to be achieved.............!

A great lunch was had (we were all extremely hungry by this time) which was then followed by a swim in the Med where the locals just sat and stared at the crazy foreigners. The swim was finished off with excellent ...

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