Le Mas des Trois Ponts
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... recommended us to go. We googled map the place and it's supposedly 1.6km away from our apartment, which is pretty reasonable walk. However, we were lost and couldn't find the place, which is not the first time, so it's not surprising haha, but I was really hungry then, Cus we didn't eat dinner the yesterday and breakfast today. So by lunch, I was really hungry already. After a really long walk, we found the address of the place, but the restaurant was nowhere to be found!! So ...
... his broken French that we were deeply sorry but his wife had tried the so called regional ‘sausage’ and nearly vomited so could he please change it for a steak instead please monsieur?
Luckily we had a fantastic waiter that could sense I had turned a shade of grey and was happy to oblige.
The meal and dessert got better there on in so our lasting memory of the meal and the day as a whole was perfect!
... pool and most importantly parking and location. It had all the things listed, including a pool, however, the place felt like a prison, highly institutional, cold and metallic and not so new. We should have left right then and there walked out but we were tired and hungry and ready to stop. Nessie was a trooper, and while it was an efficient place, it ...
... of a string of islands that was last used in WWII. Today it’s mostly just a marina. I guess they couldn’t fit all the boats at Marseille. The excursions that are not through the cruise are certainly less expensive – this was only 10 euros.
Tomorrow is Monaco. I’m told the whole country is only 2 miles by 0.5 miles, so it should be easy to walk! I may have to try out the casino while I am there ...
... docked. We were pleased to find entry to the cathedrals here was free, as we visited three. The first, and my favorite was the Les Cathedrales de la Major. It was grand, huge and ornate, with a large dome. The interior and stained glass windows took on a more pastel, soft colour than usual which was refreshing.
Cathedral number two, the smallest and to be fair more of a church than a cathedral. The Vielle Dieu ...
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