Le Mas de Clairefontaine
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... Things have been hectic to say the least, with Emma and I both on the go pretty much all day and often into the evening. Most nights I went to bed exhausted with an aching body and really sore feet from standing or running around. Most days our time was taken with checking that everything was as it should be, liaising with the tour managers to make sure we were all on the same page and interacting with passengers. Emma and ...
The French Riviera is not as pretty as I thought. France is ruined by the immigrants that harass you and the homeless people that **** in the street, although i got some good bargains shopping! Thats really all that you can do in Nice, and thats exactly what we did! But tonight were off to Monaco to the casinos, and to meet the rich and ...
Ry and me decided that it would not be worth going with the bus to go and visit a perfumery so we decided to find out own way in the Mitch and Georgina who I had re named nan and pop even though they were the youngest people on our tour. Nan was always sleeping and seemed to be the only one to be able to sleep for the whole bus rides we would do. We went into nice to see the town and do a little bit of shopping on our way to the beach and palace ...
... compared to Paris where I reckon even the dogs smoke.Ick.
I’d had enough of standing outside shops, so while Brenda went on her merry way I headed up the hill for a look around.About a thousand steps later I got to the top & it was worth every step.The view was absolutely stunning as hopefully you can see from the photos.
Back down the hill & finally got to the Promenade des ...
An afternoon trip to the Grotte de Saint-Cezaire, which is a cave not far from where we're staying, that was discovered in the 1870’s. It’s been in the same family ever since and has been open to tourists since not long after discovery.
The cave goes down 12 floors or some 40 metres and is very interesting and quite pretty in a peculiar sort of way. There’s loads of stalagmites an stalactites in ...