A Country in the Sun

Storace, Patricia
September 2006
Conde Nast Traveler;Sep2006, Vol. 41 Issue 9, p176
The article provides information on how go on with lodging, dining and relaxing in Provence, France. The end of June, when French schools are still in session, is a good time to enjoy the lavender pilgromage and summer pleasures. The town has some wonderful hotels, most notably is the pricey Villa Gallici. The Grand Hotel Negre Coste, a dignified inn in an 18th-century town house, was popular with the Bloomsbury set.


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