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Looking for a place to stay in Provence in July of 2011 - anyone know of a place?
 

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I haven't stayed there myself but have heard very good things about Pavillon de La Torse.
It's in Aix-en-Provence and they do weekly as well as overnight stays.
 

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I haven't stayed there myself but have heard very good things about Pavillon de La Torse.
It's in Aix-en-Provence and they do weekly as well as overnight stays..
Thanks! I will look them up! My sister is turning 60 that month and she already has a place lined up for 2 weeks - we are planning on staying with her for one week and then find another place so someone else can come stay with her since it is only a 2 bedroom place.
 

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I haven't stayed there myself but have heard very good things about Pavillon de La Torse.
It's in Aix-en-Provence and they do weekly as well as overnight stays..
Thanks! I will look them up! My sister is turning 60 that month and she already has a place lined up for 2 weeks - we are planning on staying with her for one week and then find another place so someone else can come stay with her since it is only a 2 bedroom place.
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Sounds like quite the family adventure. If you decide to venture off from Provence into the Alps, let me know. I know a lot more about the places in the Alps than Provence. DH is a Frenchie from the Alps.
But I've had both friends and family stay at this place and all loved it.
 

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I haven't stayed there myself but have heard very good things about Pavillon de La Torse.
It's in Aix-en-Provence and they do weekly as well as overnight stays..
Thanks! I will look them up! My sister is turning 60 that month and she already has a place lined up for 2 weeks - we are planning on staying with her for one week and then find another place so someone else can come stay with her since it is only a 2 bedroom place.
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Sounds like quite the family adventure. If you decide to venture off from Provence into the Alps, let me know. I know a lot more about the places in the Alps than Provence. DH is a Frenchie from the Alps.
But I've had both friends and family stay at this place and all loved it.
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Is it a VRBO by any chance? If you can send me info off forum that would be greatly appreciated. My husband wants to also go to Annecy (sp?) - not sure where the Alps are, but will look at my map again! We might be touring all of Europe at this point! I figure if you're going to spend all that money going over and it is such a long flight - we might as well make it worth our while and then I don't need to go back anytime soon! Maybe for my 60th!!
 

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I haven't stayed there myself but have heard very good things about Pavillon de La Torse.
It's in Aix-en-Provence and they do weekly as well as overnight stays..
Thanks! I will look them up! My sister is turning 60 that month and she already has a place lined up for 2 weeks - we are planning on staying with her for one week and then find another place so someone else can come stay with her since it is only a 2 bedroom place.
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Sounds like quite the family adventure. If you decide to venture off from Provence into the Alps, let me know. I know a lot more about the places in the Alps than Provence. DH is a Frenchie from the Alps.
But I've had both friends and family stay at this place and all loved it.
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Is it a VRBO by any chance? If you can send me info off forum that would be greatly appreciated. My husband wants to also go to Annecy (sp?) - not sure where the Alps are, but will look at my map again! We might be touring all of Europe at this point! I figure if you're going to spend all that money going over and it is such a long flight - we might as well make it worth our while and then I don't need to go back anytime soon! Maybe for my 60th!!
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Annecy is just lovely. I would highly recommend a visit. And really close to Switzerland, too, so easy to get out to explore both countries. In fact, if you go to Annecy, the Geneva airport is probably your best best.
I don't know an VRBOs off the top of my head but we have a close friend whose family is still in Annecy. I'll ask him is he knows of anything.
 
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