Pierre & Vacances Residence Le Hameau des Issambres
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... left a slick of saliva in my wake just looking at the very expensive and beautiful rich people's toys that are berthed there. The beautiful terrace houses are fantastic and have been left externally in their simplistic form, although I believe there has been and is still continuing, a lot of renovating inside. These properties are selling for millions of euro's and the space is quite small, there was one place we saw for sale, 106sq mtr ...
It's been a relaxing couple of days here in Antibes. Max is enjoying 'his' new hotel because there are lots of neat things to do. We like to look for the hotel cat, Bellini, even though she has the keen sense to run away when max comes barreling toward her yelling her name. We also saw an orange kitty run by one morning, so were were happy that Bellini has a friend like Mr. Puttsaroo. We have ...
... there is the normal tingle of anticipation - like a reunion with an old loved one. My goals are different this year (yes, I know I said that last year!). I want primarily to work with Narong and his newly formed Water for Hope Association - a local NGO that I am also setting up in France. It's been a busy year so I haven't progressed with this as much as I'd have like so my intention is to do it on site. Of course, I will return to Grace House for some of the time too... And ...
... br> Had supper at a small restaurant called La Marmite and had the fish soup with rouille and croutons. Truly delicious and a fond memory from the last time Anne and I were in this part of the world many years ago.
I also went to Jua-Les-Pins which is just next door to Antibes. It is a little more modern and has some stunning villas. I took a memorable drive around the peninsula at sunset.
... Sanfranier. It is definitely the most picturesque part of the old town. The festival was postponed from last week due to the storms that we had here. It was definitely worth waiting for! The whole square was packed with people. There were a lot of old folks and families. The main attraction: free mulled wine and chestnuts roasted on an open fire. For real! We arrived just in time to get one of the very last paper cones of roasted chestnuts. ...