Comfort Inn Aix

115, Rue Charles Duchesne, Aix-en-Provence, Provence, 13090, France
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Cathedral (Aix-en-Provence, France)Cathedral (Aix-en-Provence, France)

Aix, Hotel de Ville (city hall) by nightAix, Hotel de Ville (city hall) by night

La Fontaine d'AlbertasLa Fontaine d'Albertas

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Forum Posts

Farmhouse or Gite stay in August

by aptwow

I am traveling to Provence area in August and am looking for a one bedroom with kitchenette in a village setting or walking distance to a village. Any suggestions?? Thanks. Aug 10-19, 2 adults, one year old baby.

Re: Farmhouse or Gite stay in August

by Sarastro

Here are some links which may be helpful:

http://www.fleursdesoleil.fr/
http://www.cheznous.com/
http://www.gites-de-france.fr/
http://gitelink.com/
http://www.francelodge.fr/
http://www.maisonsdhotesdefrance.fr/

Re: Farmhouse or Gite stay in August

by kathymof

two others to try are
www.homelidays.com
www.abritel.com

Re: Farmhouse or Gite stay in August

by Beausoleil

Hi. You are going in high tourist season so you need to book immediately. We usually book through Gites de France or Holiday Rentals.com and have never had a problem. Here are the two web sites.

http://www.gites-de-france.com/gites/uk/rural_gites
http://www.holiday-rentals.com/World/r1.htm

It actually might be easier to book in Aix rather than a village because many in Aix will be leaving on vacation . . . to a village rental. 8^)

Have fun.

Travel Tips for Aix-en-Provence

Fountain "hunting"

by skydivefred

Aix en provence hosts many beautifully sculpted fountains. It could be a nice idea to stroll along the streets with this idea in mind, looking for the fountains. I'll give a couple of pictures in my travelogue page.

Calissons

by cjg1

Calissons are a confection popular in Aix and throughout Provence. It's an almond shaped confection made of sugar and almond paste. In September there is a blessing of the confections called: la bénédiction des calissons. This ceremony has been held since the seventeeth century to mark the deliverance of Aix from the plague. After the ceremony there is a pagent for the town.

It was unfortunate that we would not be here to experience the pagent. Liz loves her Calissons....it's one of her French addictions.

Calissons d'Aix

by ForestqueenNYC about Bechard

The window display will lure you into this famous patisserie. The specialty are the Callisons d'Aix which are a delicious cross between a candy and a cake made from ground almonds, preserved melon and fruit syrup. There are other wonderful delites that will tempt you, such as chocolates and pastries. All pastries are freshly made daily. Try the callisons d'Aix.

Budget Food, Cafeteria Style

by ForestqueenNYC about Flunch

Don't ask me why, but I find the name of this restaurant annoying, so it was a long time before I tried it. It is on the other side of the Rotonde so it is a bit off the beaten track. The place seems pretty clean and it has a huge selection of food. It is not bad either. Certainly, better than Quick, the French equivalent to MacDonalds, which is on the Cours. I believe that you can eat their at anytime of the day, at least coffee and something light.

Watching you, watching me

by englishchris

People watching is the name of the game in Aix. Particular hotspots are the Cours Mirabeau and Place de l'Hotel Ville.
It's not just the young and the beautiful, there are many sections and subsections to be seen. My favourites are (in no particular order) the dog men, the Japanese tourist women, the Zidane fans, the goths, the musos, the exchange students and (OK they are my favourite) - the stunningly beautiful women.

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 Comfort Inn Aix

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Address: 115, Rue Charles Duchesne, Aix-en-Provence, Provence, 13090, France