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Travel Blogs from Chateauneuf-Villevieille
... Zealand girl name Jessica. We walked around some more and got lost in the beautiful streets. We saw the Royal Palace where Princess Grace once lived, we also saw her 'crypt' ? in the church where all the Royal family was buried. It was interesting to put it all together once I researched her story later that night. We spent five days total in Nice which included two day trips. The other day trip we took was to Cannes. It is where the famous film festival is that all the ...
... but the amount displays on an LCD screen in front of you. You then just pay into the register as you would at Coles self-service say, so the staff handling food don't have to handle money. Neat! Its raining most of the way back, but not a long drive when you know the easy way! We get the last park in the car park, though its so tight on the drivers side that clare has to exit through the rear passenger door! We go to fold the side mirrors in, to find ...
... seats drops down when driving This is in the blog in case we go off a bridge after David is knocked out by the falling bed and we all die. If they recover this iPad, the truth will be known. Monaco was on our list of places to stop for a look-see on the way but we missed the exit after crossing into France. None of us saw it so we theorise that the Monaco people don't want Italians visiting so the exit is onlyn clear from the other direction. Doing a turnaround ...
... in itself. And I probably did not need the creme brulee at the end!
Feeling way too full, I wandered along the dock and observed the line of fancy private yachts and people on the sandy beach - although it was a touch too cool for what I would consider beach weather. They were also setting up for the Cannes film festival.
Back at the hostel I squeezed in a 20 minute run along the promenade before getting ready and joining Gillian and some others for some ...
... about the course from our waiter, each highlighting the different facets of harmony between the pair. There was not a wine we didn't like or a dish that wasn't delicious. Combined, this was easily the best meal of my life (to date of course as I plan to continue eating for the foreseeable future). While Icould go into great detail, i will not taunt you or myself, instead hitting a couple highlights. Wine included a rose champagne, one Italian, one Spanish, ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking