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Travel Blogs from Le Tignet
... Success. We had money!
Finishing off our shopping, we couldn't be picky with what we bought. €99c for two cartons of soup and €35c for a baguette was our dinner sorted! On approach to the car, there was a lady who reversed parked into the space next to us. Her car was smashed to bits to say the least, when she got out she looked at her car skirt. "****" she said concerned about the car skirt, when that was the least of her worries! In ...
... un camembert and some vine tomatoes then took it to the beach to eat. It was sooooooooo nice to have some real french fresh camembert!! Here we met a crazy person who supported liverpool and wanted to come back to our hostel. We got rid of him then it started raining. I wanted to play in the rain but Zoe didn't appreaciate it so we had to find shelter. We met a crazy italian man who loved us; I gave him our crisps. ...
... matches of bocce being played, before wandering back and grabbing another couple of bikes to keep riding. We were both pretty sure that the first half hour would only be free for the first ride (ie, the time would be cumulative)... but it wasn't! We had about 4 separate rides all up, each under half an hour. So we spent a grand total of €2 for about 2 hours of bike hire!
We found ourselves some afternoon tea - a choc icing covered brownie for me, ...
The next day we headed in the other direction and our first stop was Antibes. We arrived in Antibes at 10am and headed for the Tourist Information to get a map, and then walked down to the Marché Provençal where we took in the market stalls of fruit, veg, herbs, spices, jams and all kinds of random stuff. From there we walked down the the harbour, got a crepe and sat on a wall overlooking both the harbour and the beach.
I liked Antibes but I ...
... of growth and colours ranging from white through to an orange-red (as a result of the iron mixing with the limestone). One particularly imaginative "growth" is easy to see as a skeleton which the owners have nicknamed Jules.
The most romantic part of the cave however was the stalagmite and stalactite that are almost meeting – in fact they are now only 1 centimetre apart. As a gesture of goodwill we were ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking