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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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After leaving La Spezia and arriving at the French border there were a lot of tunnels, more tunnels than road. I suppose that's why the toll for the road came to 38 Euro! But it would have been a long way round to avoid the etoll roads. Once in France we stopped at Monaco to have a look. It's quite a steep windy drive down into the town and not a lot of ...
... friends and we walked to the markets for 3 hours of looking and shopping. The markets cover almost all of the town and probably 1.5km of streets. There's everything you could imagine. It's not cheap as this is Provence, after all. I was coerced by a student to eat an apple tarte at 11am so that was bye bye to lunch! Lunch was a picnic atop a hill with a monastery and we walked up about 1km at least to get ...
... blocked off the rest of the road due to the Tour. We asked the policewoman what we needed to do and she told us to park and it would be about a 1km walk to the part where the tour comes past. We got a great carpark and were very lucky we arrived when we did – it was about 40 minutes before the ‘caravan’ came through so we found a great spot beside the road which was thankfully a little bit shaded from the very intense sun – we sat on our blanket to wait for ...
... the day was a max of 60 minutes so we rose about 8:45 after a great sleep maybe due to everyone having their own beds! Before worrying too much about the packing we headed downstairs for a typical European breakfast which included croissants, ham, cheese, fruit and hot chocolates – and of course packet of Belgium chocolate hail which the kids enjoyed. Back upstairs to pack and we got the gear in the car and headed off to Brugge another town ...
... it is used for swimming, paddling, fishing etc. There are beautiful and tall mountain ranges that surround the lake, Many of these are cut out by water that flows into the lake from the mountains.
We explored quite a bit of the lake and mountains today on our bikes riding from Aiguines across to Castellane and then back to Aiguines taking in a scenic route through several little towns. There was no warm up when we left Aiguines. The ...