Mas Des Oliviers
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... Once on the bus, our guide (?) started given us a wonderful run down about the area in general and what we would be visiting during the day. After a scenic drive down the coast, our 1st stop was the "old town area" of Nice. Nice is the 5th largest city in France and is renowned as being part of the French Riveria. We wandered around the streets taking in some of the sights and then had free time to explore on ...
The breakfast at the Beau Rivage was really good...one of our best. Such a nice treat. We went for a short walk around the outdoor market, starting with the beautiful flower market. So tempted to buy some flowers. Maryse bought a beautiful print for her place. We did a boat tour from Nice to Villefranche and back, seeing all the beautiful homes of the rich and famous around Cap Ferrat. From the boat ...
... She was easy to chat to and soom we had made plans for the evening. She had already met some Canadians down stairs and made plans to go to a bar, so I joined them, we also recruited an Alaskan guy (who disappeared after scabbing our leftover pizza). Heading out we went down the main street and came to some interesting statues sitting on the top of some really tall poles and they were glowing different colours. The next stop was the fountain of Geoff… Ok ...
... wonder who wore it and when? What was the food like or the music? It all looked pretty amazing in my mind :) Kari, I could have purchased your birthday and Christmas gifts for the rest of your life here!!! I'll be back someday, I'm sure of it. Read my book and wrote in my journal and soaked up the morning light on the Promenade. The light truly is something you have to see to believe. It's like the 4 o'clock glistening in Kincardine but all the time. When Petar and I were in Iceland ...
... at the Garden Hostel. The group consisted of Me, Andie, Philip (a hilarious guy from Boston with the most amazing mustache I have ever seen), Christine and Christina from Denmark, two 18 year old hilarious guys from Boston and one other person. The tour guide was a wirey french guy named Daniel. Daniel didn't speak much english but was a very enthusiastic and fun person to be around. He defintely has experience with the whole bit. The drive took an hour to get out of town to ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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