Residence Les Bastides De Grimaud
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... We had explained to the children the night before what had happened in Paris. Tess asked a lot of questions, understandably she is scared.
Our car was in a 2hr spot, so we walked back to the car and drove onto Marseilles.
When we arrived we parked the car and started walking down the hill into town. The je suis Charlie rally had started. ...
... the town. We bought delicious baguettes for lunch and ate them while walking around the marina.
There was some serious money parked in that harbour.
We all picked out our favourite boat. The kids need to study hard, marry well or start buying lottery tickets!!
We hopped back into the car and drove to Cannes, enjoying the scenery along the way.
We arrived, found a hotel and then walked down the road and ate dinner at a Turkish kebab shop.
We slept ...
... stop in the mountains. I got chatting to Andrew in a bar and mentioned that we were planning on mountain biking and he invited us out for a Sunday morning ride with him. That then led to a lovely home cooked dinner with his family in their amazing home. We then moved on to Andorra where we hooked up with Singletrack Safari for a day of high altitude, steep, rugged and tough riding with a great group of people. It really pushed my nerve and my skills, but I felt ...
... losses and catch the last train home. Otherwise, it would have been an hour and a half walk home in the rain for us. I guess it was worth it? We'll see the movie inEnglish soon enough. This morning,we woke up, packed our bags, grabbed some breakfast at the bakery again, and headed for the train station to hop on a train to Nice. We will be staying one day in Nice, before moving on to la Spezia, Italy from the 17th to the 19th. The weather forecast looks rainy, but cross your fingers for ...
... until eventually, more and more tourists piled off a bus to see the magical sight. A fitting time to leave, we thought...
A couple of miles further down the way from Nans-sous-Sainte-Anne, is the fearsome Pont du Diable (translated Devil's Bridge) It hovers dizzily above a remote canyon, at Creek Chateau-Renaud, above the Cascade du Diable (waterfall of the Devil). The bridge was built in the nineteenth century to allow access to ...