Residence Maeva La Corniche d'Or
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... level which means the high window with bars & shutters is level with the street & you hear everyone's feet flip flopping past. It's a tiny room & I'm feeling claustrophobic & trapped. Never had a problem before. Maybe Grant's comment of leave the key in the door so we know where it is if there is a fire. No hope of getting out the tiny barred window. I sleep restlessly listening to people walk past & feeling trapped when I do wake several times during the ...
... to eat off of and there was not an ugly building in sight. We thought that the 2 Euro boat ride around the port would be the best deal of our day but were sad when it only meant it would drive us across the port to the next dock over. We were excited that we found an inexpensive way to see the whole city from the water. We were getting comfortable, removing jackets, kicking our feet up. We even joked that we should open our bottle of wine as it would be the closest thing to being ...
We left the lovely town of l'Isle-sue-la-Sorgue this morning, bound for the French Riveria. We enjoyed L'Isle, a great village with lots to see and do within the town and close by. People talk a lot about the Provence area in France and having spent a week there I can understand why. Just beautiful. It would be breathtaking when all the little lavendine flowers were in bloom, but then you would have the summer crowds, so more than happy for the time ...
Countdown to the Time trials for the 100th Tour de France & there is a buzz all around. The sun shone brightly the moment it peeped over the horizon to start the day. The water of the Mediterranean sparkled like a huge Blue Diamond & the people have flocked to the beach in droves. After breakfast we headed down to the tents & merchandise stalls to see what was on offer. Lots of food stalls but not a lot ...
An early start to the morning.bags packed & outside by 7.15am! A quiet breakfast said good bye to Graham & Di, a nice couple from Melbourne. Said goodbye to more Phil & Janette , Karen & ...... All of a sudden we were on the bus leaving the ship. A very cool morning but beautifully fine. A lovely way to leave Provence to leave the fields of lavender, olives & the odd ...