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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... sunbathers who place their towel down (for comfort!), and then lean against the sea wall. Harry skimming stones across the "beach" - lucky it is not mid July. This place would be chaos. Go for a meander around the waterfront and oh what do we find? The Marina of course! A couple of massive super launches, two decent sized yachts and some really cute canoe shaped sailing yachts. ...
... night. With no work completed - we got up early and double timed it to Montpelier, France.
We had booked two rooms at the Best Western and the internet was speedy. The hotel was gorgeous and the rooms were perfect. Wade and I caught up on work and we all headed out for an afternoon of drinks and some nibbles to eat. Our hotel was - a block or two from the Plaza de la comedia - basically supposed to be an artistic hub! We didn't know what to expect from Montpelier and boy were ...
... upon the Promenade du Palilon, which was a strip next to the tram line near the coast of Nice. It wasn't built very long ago and is quite interesting to see. Part of the promenade displays an area with shooting fountains from the ground that kids like to play on and try to stop the water from coming out. Next to this is another water area but this time the water shoots out in very tiny droplets to create a mist. It was kind of cool but a bit pretentious, which fits ...
To start off our spring break journey we took an overnight train to Nice, France from Paris. We figured by taking the overnight train we would save a couple of bucks since it was cheaper and then we wouldn't have to pay for a hostel for that night. Since we were already being so cheap we figured it wouldn't hurt to be even cheaper and opt for the reclining chairs instead of the beds. Seemed like a brilliant idea until ...
... and Anne and I amazingly bumped into each other. Back on the coach for our afternoon trip. first stop Saint Pauls famous as an artists Mecca Many famous artists including Picasso and Renoir who is buried in the gravyard below the city walls. Beautiful village with its walls still intact. Narrow old street, exclusive shops with so much art including originals sculptures and jewelry Wonderful wander through ...