Pierre & Vacances Residence Le Hameau des Issambres
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... The food the past couple of days had been extraordinary!!
This was my last night here in the Cote D'Azur, South of France, French Riviera ~ whatever you want to call it. I so enjoyed Jackie, Patrick & Gabe's company, it was a lot of fun & I'm thankful for their generosity & friendship. I am definitely going to be returning home to change a few things in my daily routine for the better! ...
... the weather was blazing hot and walking along the streets was no easy task. By sheer coincidence, our parking garage was quite close to the Hyatt Regency, our alternative hotel in the South. We popped our heads in to check it out. Very nice and clean and modern, but we didn't check out the rooms. Sloan went to look at the pool, which was nice, but relatively small and did not overlook the ocean. After the Hyatt, Sloan was keen to check out the flower market which ...
... Dad on the other letting Scot know how much room he had. Let's just say it was tight. Nice and Antibes were visited in the following days and are very touristy, with huge boats in the harbors. We saw boats with their own helicopters, we saw huge boats with their own big boats as toys. Some people have more money than god. To escape the maddening hoards we decided to head inland to visit a perfume factory then grotto. The factory smelled and the grotto was ...
... volunteered in Cambodia, but did you read that article about all those nasty people, running NGOs? Perhaps I'll just book my 2 weeks on the beach in the Maldives instead... Volunteering isn't for everyone (nothing is). There is no shame in saying you don't want to do it but please don't knock those who do want to and who do do some good. And don't pull the good organisations in when naming and shaming the bad ones.
But I do believe we all have ...
... saying it felt like we were in a caravan park. It was claustrophobic but it was quite private as well because our neighbours were either not there or there very seldom.
I think I had the best party night here so far while in Antibes. We had decided to go to The Palais in Cannes to see a DJ called Tiesto (very famous) play on a Wednesday night but it started raining and it kinda dampened the mood so we got over it. Everybody else also got over it so we didn’t ...
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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