Mas Des Oliviers
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... each other's trips over many wines and some delicious Niquois food and our first Ratatouille. That night was a big one... Wayne's and Pompeii bars were awesome - they both had awesome electronica cover bands so we had a real saxophone playing along to Kids by MGMT and a live version of Around the World, into Aerodynamic, into One More Time - with full vocoder and everything. We had so much fun that we got in the door well after our nightshift host ...
... for the evening so there were chats for a while before falling asleep.
The following morning we decided to get up and go for a jog. The road hugged the shoreline which provided a nice backdrop to the first time I'd been for a run since being between two packs of bulls almost a month earlier. Around at the point was a tall flight of stairs leading up to a park and a lookout with stunning views out and across the bays down below. Nice is a truly beautiful place. ...
;ᘱ 1; Happy Bastille Day ;ᘱ 1; We slept in until 9ish as it was a free activity day - the sleep was well needed. We went to Main Street and enjoyed a leisurely stroll to the beach. On the way Chloe and Jayde enjoyed running through water shooting from the ...
... Cream Shop. There were 92 choices of ice creams, so it took everyone some time to select, but it was worth the wait. Some interesting flavours on offer were beer, mojito, kinder surprise, rose, lemon meringue, cactus, thyme and tomato-basilic. We headed back to the car, resisting another dip in the fountains and made the trip back to Grasse for a BBQ dinner. We all enjoyed Nice and my guess is we will visit again sometime in the future. By ...
... just as much fun to be with for the 4 days we spent in Forcalquier.
The beauty of traveling by train and to remote areas away from the big city and the consequent tourists is the ability to rub elbows with locals at places they frequent and that we would probably never see had we been driving or taking a bus tour.
Mane and Forcalquier - Mane, population 3 thousand or so was the village Samuel and Christelle moved to ...