Pierre & Vacances Residence Le Domaine de Bordaberry
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We arrived at Kiko Park Rural to find only two other units there, and they left next morning to leave us on our own! It had been similar last time we were here, probably because outside of high season the nights get very cold here. Nevertheless it is a beautiful spot, set in a deserted village above a large reservoir. Our aim in coming up onto the central La Mancha plain was to see the city of Cuenca, which we had heard praised so ...
We left Seaford on Tuesday evening amongst the usual panic. Have we got everything? Is everything switched off? Did I pack my camera? Yes to the last, don’t know yet is the answer to the first two. The trip round the A23/M23/M25/M20 was wet, dreary and busy.
I know it is the long way round, but having towed the caravan along the coast road through Bexhill, Hastings and Rye once before, I said never again. ...
... incredible, I know I keep saying this but wow - we have nothing to compare in Australia. The architecture and detail is amazing and just everywhere. The casino is magnificent. Parked out front is every boys dreams, Ferrari's, merc's and every conceivable kind of fancy expensive car that I don't even know the name of. Rich mans paradise, or woman if you're so inclined. The concierge dressed in their top hats to park the cars, with a constant smile on their face. When your eyes ...
Monday, we returned to Socoa for lunch at Chez Margot, one of the restaurants we had eyed up the previous day and which had good reviews. Not quite as busy as on the Sunday, the terrace tables were still buzzing with diners as we sat down under a sunshade with an idyllic view across the bay to Saint-Jean-de-Luz. Around us day-to-day life was carrying on as normal as we saw several batches of school children making their way in ...
... of the border between Italy and France. The day was HOT… HOT …and after walking the Esplanade along the ocean , with many folk already sunbathing an swimming on its stony beach , we came to the ‘little white train’…These are very reasonable in price, and give a great overview quickly of an area. SO on it we jumped - travelling to the Italian border and back up through the medieval quarter… still very populated, and the little train only ...