Auberge De Jeunesse "Les Camélias"
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... although we were in a room with windows and Conor was sitting right next to me! ha!), the class was 60 minutes of stretching and a handful of twists. The instructor didn't speak much english, so we said our "Thank-you's" before leaving, and made our way to the bakery for a pastry as we plotted our next steps.
In chatting about more yoga options/activities to give me some sense of independence here in France, Conor suggested he could drive me to the studio in ...
... 300 down but having said that, we were still up and had a terrific evening. After about 2 hours we moved to the famed Monte Carlo Casino and were very disappointed in that not much had changed much since our last visit and the machines were below average. Honestly – I don’t know how it survives.
The surroundings within it appeared exactly the same. To be sure – one has to be gob-smacked with the obviously abundance of wealth around the area. ...
... girls were of them, though) and most of them had not stayed in such a place before. They woke up much less worried, more oriented to how to get around, and we were off to Nice for a fun-filled day.
We started off to Fragonard, a perfume factory in Eze. On the way, we learned that crosswalks are called zebras in Italy and Southern France. We also learned about the history of Nice - it is more Italian in nature despite being ...
... were pebbles instead of fists, and the topless aspect was not quite as ugly... OWW!... what did you hit me for??), and we swam out to a floating pontoon about 100m out into the ocean. A handful of teenage boys there applauded us as we climbed on-board, and then proudly showed us the welts they had received from jellyfish on the way out to the pontoon....
This presented something of a quandry for us.
In the absence of an ...
... veg, meat, cheese, bread etc and make it into a restaurant area. Pretty amazing to watch the activity. We are all loving the people watching here, it is fascinating to hear all the languages, see the people etc. Our restaurant host told us about the Triatholon, we had seen the set up for it but didn't know when it was...and then he pointed out the "loosers"! Six guys we had ...