Residence Maeva La Corniche d'Or
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... in with each of us even if it was freezing. Some other people came to see the waterfall but none of them could make it over the wall so we had it to ourselves as long as we were there. Then we went back to Sven and drove to the village of Le Pont du Loup and had some lunch and went to a place where they make sweets the old fashioned way. Its called Florian and has been there a very long time and we went on a tour of the factory which took about ...
... go. Our Hostel manager felt so bad that the hostel was so dead and boring because of low season that he offered to tour us around. We took up his offer and headed to Cannes for the afternoon. We got to go into the fancy Carlton hotel where the celebs stay. We sat at the bar and had champagne and olives and imagined we were AngelinaJolie for a quick hour and then went on our way. We heard a very interesting thing that day as we were driving back to Nice. I was in the back and ...
More driving today as we travelled to France. We went through a million tunnels to get from Switzerland to the "Cote D'Azure". One expensive highway. Nice is nice. I'm glad we're dropping the car here. Street lanes are half a car width wide as motorcycles and buses make their own. I'd have a heart attack driving in Rome. Learned something today - French Onion Soup in Nice - is just onion ...
... locked after 7pm. Today we headed down to the beach front again and wandered to the old city core. There just happened to be a temporary Italian market right near the permanent French market, so we got to see lots of neat food and flowers and art, as well as try some samples. My favourite was the sundried tomato, Archer's was the cannoli, and Rowan's was the Parmesan cheese. We have more exploring to do there, but we decided to walk up a hill and see the views of the ...
... to Venice, complete with canals and American tourists. From there we continued along the South coast and stayed the night in the port city of Marseille, via the beautiful resort town of Carry-le-Rouet which is where Nina Simone lived out her final years and where the upper crust from Marseille spend their euros on holidays, yachts, and overpriced gummi bears. Today, we stopped in at Cassis and had to almost tape our mouths closed in awe of the beauty and ...