Residence Au Grand Sud
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... that Marie is very thorough. I choose to have some acupuncture done. This is not so much for my back, but to explore what Chinese medicine can do for me. Sylvia is my therapist and she explains a little bit about how your chi is supposed to be connected to the universe for well being. (I personally think that my chi has been ...
... bus station- would be easy to find.......... The tourist office was closed, the first person we asked was a foreign visitor, the next lady understood my French but her 2 dogs made such a racket we could hardly hear her reply! We got 'tournez a droite, ce n'est pas trop loin' - so we retraced our steps and turned right and then what? On the ...
... green' everywhere. We liked it much better than all the big hotels and apartments lining the front at Cannes and Nice etc.
Cavalaire is quite small with a nice beach and large Yacht marina, half of which is the public ...
... which was an awesome surprise since I had asked them not to do anything special.
Right after the DVC party, we headed to the Anyone Can Cook Series where we learned to make Lobster Ravioli. We love these cooking series and found out that we will learn entrée on the next sea day and then desert the next sea day.
Directly after the cooking party, we went to the Gold and Platinum Castaway Club Party. We met a few officers from the ship and had ...
... so what about the drink, and the color, you ask? Patience, please. Well it turns out that the good monks of Saint Bruno have been making the alcoholic cordial Chartreuse, named after their mountains, since 1740. (The recipe for Chartreuse, by the way, includes orange peel, hyssop, and peppermint oil—now I know why I don’t like it!) And the color of Chartreuse, of course, is chartreuse. So there you have it. Now just before we enter the monastery, ...