Hotel Thalassotherapie

Address: Port Frejus Ouest, Fréjus, French Riviera - Cote d'Azur, Provence, 83606, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Port Frejus Ouest, Fréjus, is near Cite Episcopale, Lion of the Sea (Lion de Mer), and Grotte de Miro.
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      A travel blog entry by helenandchris on Jun 25, 2013

      1 comment, 4 photos

      A late start and then in to Antibes for a visit. Beautiful city with another beautiful harbour filled with even more enormous boats. A trip around the old town and then off to the local public beach,right in town. We spent a few hours relaxing and playing at the beach - the kids were somewhat bemused at the sight of the topless pensioners with ...

      French rivieria - lifestyles of the rich and famos

      A travel blog entry by groversroving on Jun 03, 2012

      36 photos

      ... the parking gods then took pity on us, smiled and sent someone home leaving an open space. All hail the parking gods! Without a word the group went into action. Shelley and Dad blocked the spot and defended it with their lives as Scot, dukes of hazard style, jumped into the peugeot and drove like a mad Italian straight past waiting traffic to put the car to bed for the night. Up the next morning for a quick stroll along the lake before breakfast. Another postcard ...

      Volunteering in Cambodia

      A travel blog entry by marianner on Feb 26, 2012

      2 comments, 1 photo

      ... placement where my creative skills could be put to use. There I was also lucky to meet up with fellow volunteers with teaching skills so was able to receive training on the job. The day was long but fun. I was horrified to hear volunteers complaining that they hadn't come to work that hard and there were frequent hangover (tummy bugs) absences as they hit the aforementioned Pub Street in the evenings. It never occurred to me that volunteering wouldn't ...

      The Last French Call

      A travel blog entry by house_mouse on Jul 17, 2011

      ... when we figure it out. But we spent a good 3 hours getting this 320ft2 sail into its sock and then hoisting it was another story because after having just shoved it into its sock it got a little tangled so a lot of tugging and pulling was done to pop it out of its sock. Eventually it was flying with all its magnificence. Definitely worth the trouble!

      We finally reached the French Riviera and the wind started to pick up making for some great sailing. We stopped off ...

      How wonderful life is now you're in the world....

      A travel blog entry by marianner on Jan 23, 2011

      4 comments, 61 photos

      ... the buy one get one free cocktails in town which wasn't conducive to preparing for class the next day. The staff are great there too - Meus, Moeth and the girls, I miss you all! Keep up the good work Rose and Trixie. I'll be back! What did I just say about never going back? No I am not going back, I'll be going home.

      Remind me, how many sleeps until I step out of that plane door and know again that I am truly alive? ...