Auberge de la Vignette Haute
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... he was from Australia too. She said that she was our mothers age and she felt she needed to tell us not to waste our money. We got talking about our future prospects for uni and careers, when I came to me she said that nursing was the wort idea possible... Thanks ! She said I should go into podiatry or speech therapy. She apparently wanted me to die of boredom in my twenties :). We hit the pokies now and meg, Todd and jake lost there €5. BUT I put ...
... by our house and looked in when we lived there. As I stood, looking at La Golondrina, so many memories packed away in the archives were released: puppy Pandora tearing up the underground plastic sprinkler pipes (they weren’t cheap to replace!), the raucous concerts that lasted most of the night that took place in the space just on the other side of the city wall from the house, the swallows at twilight sewing complicated patterns over the vineyards, the bottle ...
We wound our way south down through the French Alps then cut west and dropped onto the Côte d'Azur. This famous strip of land running from the Italian border to Toulon, the world's first mass tourist resort, was discovered and then developed by the British in the 19th century and has never really recovered from the experience. Our purpose there, apart from enjoying the last of the summer sun on the beach, getting a new set of brake pads for Just Sue and doing ...
Team Elephant (-) arrived in the northern Italian city of Chiavenna in blistering mid-afternoon heat after a long day on back roads though the Alps. The intention was to press on and to stop for the day near Lake Como but, by the time I had refuelled and rehydrated, I decided this dusty town would do just fine. At the railway station I found an accommodation desk and was offered a room in a village a few kilometres down the road. The price was right and ...
We did try to get into La Colombe d’Or (Kerry from work had recommended this to me), but you had to book 3 weeks ahead! It evidently was the party head quarters of many artists (Chagall, Braque, Matisse, Picasso etc) who often paid for their meals in kind. We have to leave something for next time!
We decided to explore old town Nice and then walked along the far end of the the coast, watching kids jumping of the ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking