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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... said they are frequently found as there are a lot of people who retire here and then decide to take up cycling or running and do it up the steep inclines. We saw quite a few of these in the outskirts of Nice & Monaco.
It is a very cute village again, like St Paul de Vence, in the beautiful stone of the area and with cobble-stones and wrought iron signs. It is smaller and less commercialised with a few shops and restaurants spread throughout. ...
... on the train and an important tip for everyone - it really pays to exit the right side of the station as we painstakingly found out going the long way round to our hotel carrying our luggage up numerous amounts of stairs and hills - well Chris did anyway ha ha ha! Lived it up like the rich had dinner at Cafe de Paris and tried our luck at the ...
... winding streets filled with shops and cafes, we stopped at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, which houses a relic of St. Nicholas and the graves of Prince Rainier and Princess Grace. Princess Grace is still beloved by the city and it was easy to tell her tomb from the flowers and other tokens left behind by visitors. Next stop was the Prince's Palace were we cued up for the changing of the guard, which occurs at 11:55 most days. The ceremony ...
... We chat to an english crew member of a large dutch owned cruiser who tells us that the owner only visits for a couple of weeks twice in the summer. The cruiser has a crew of four employed throughout the year. including the berth, the costs must be enormous and this is one of the smaller boats.
Time passes idly by and Signor e Signora compile their own lists of do's and dont's for spending ...
... glad with the rainy season in Hawassa, with enough water and food.
Meanwhile most Hawassa volunteers leave for their home countries, or transfer to another part of the country, which is a good excuse to us to catch up for farewell dinners. Town turns out to be quiet without volunteers and additionally I take notice of postponed arrival of a new group of VSO volunteers. A new law concerning non government organizations makes it difficult for expats to ...