Neotelia Pavillon Bel Air
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... of places around the area. The main one seemed to be Valensole which was a huge lavender farm.
First we went for a walk along the main street in Digne to see if there were any cool shops. There wasn’t as many as we thought. We found one really good shop that sold fudge, nougat, chocolate, and lavender products. We all bought a few things from here to take back home. I was starting to feel hunger pangs as I’d had breakfast a long time ago but decided ...
... vestiges remain in the stark church, which is open to the public, and in the ruins of the 11th-century monastery on the sea’s edge. The monks divide their time between prayer and producing red and white wines, honey, lavender oil and Lérina, a herbal liqueur. The wines they produce a good, but over the top at the price per bottle. The last time I was here, they charged me over 40EURO per bottle, and it certianly was not worth that -- but it was pleasent to drink with ...
... environs --but for the couple of meals with Danny and his Dad at the
beginning of my stay. I would give their B and B five stars!
The room was private and comfortable, with its own bathroom and the home was extremely central with easy bus, tram and train service nearby. The family greeted us with champagne, and hors d'oeuvres our first night, which served as our dinner as well since we were too beat to go out again and it was already 9 pm by ...
... and I climbed Chateau Hill, a 92
meter high hill that overlooks all of Nice. From there we climbed down to the
harbor that had yachts from all over the world; London, Rhode Island, Monaco
etc. all equipped with a captain
and crew and a hot tub, just incase the vast ocean isn’t enough. That night we went
into the old part of Nice and had a very tasty dinner including me sampling crème
brulee, chocolate fondue, and a ...
... trying to find a top up card, and then again trying to find Christine's place!! I swear I walked at least 15km!! Oh well.. at least I managed to squeeze in a little bit of retail therapy.. the Sale Season was too much to resist! haha.
On wednesday, I headed back to Antibes and caught up with the crew agencies I didn't see yesterday. I think I was quite glad to have the meetings over and done with.. there seems to be quite a contrast between ...