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Patricia Da Silva
12 Rue Des Lavandières
Salles En Toulon


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Review by: Laroche, Juil 13 2019 11:33AM
J ai passé, pour raison professionnelle, plusieurs semaines dans ce gîte qui a beaucoup de charme. La proximité de la Vienne est agréable par temps chaud. La propriétaire agréable et attentionnée je recommande vivement

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The house is located in close proximity to the Salles en Toulon church and is conveniently situated near the river.



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