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Vanmorgen om 6 uur vertrokken met de bus vanaf station Sittard naar vliegveld Köln-Bonn gereden. We hadden een half uurtje vertraging met de vlieger.
Om ca.12 uur landen we op het vliegveld van Nice. We werden met de bus naar het centrum van de stad gereden .....
... buildings seemed to be compacted into a small part of a craggy rock, people felt even more need to expand their wealth into the sea. My favourite boat had a retractable landing pad for the helicopter that sat neatly on top, followed by an under 'garage' that we could see contained a very sleek but large looking speed boat, a minimum of three types of jet skis, plus all the diving equipment you could ...
... bite and with a single bite it can kill you, but don't be afraid they will only hurt you if you threaten them with something. Anyways, if you go down you can pet the animals down there, they are very gentle and you can also feed them the plants and water. Also down below, there is a secret passage and that is where the food supplies are stored, and deep down in the back there is this magical muffin hidden, you can transform yourself into anyone or anything ...
... loud blasts on the horn and he disappeared around the back. A few minutes later a man walked across the other side of the car park with a few looks back at me and disappeared behind the trucks, as I could see no car or hear one take off I thought he might be one of the truck drivers. He had pulled a rubbish bin across the road to climb on which was probably the noise that woke me. That was the end of sleeping for me, ...
... He carried his possessions, including charcoal for fire-making, in a rucksack with a wooden frame. Some of the ancient crossings used at this time are still known and can be hiked by the enthusiast.
Every pass seemed to have its purpose and story. Some were traditional crossing places gradually improved over the centuries to make tracks and then roads and then wider roads and, eventually, tunnels. Others were built by the Italian or Austrian Armies to resupply ...
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RD 7 Les Chateaux de Villepey, Saint-Aygulf | 3 star hotelfrom $57
RD 7 - Les Grands chateaux de Villepey, Saint-Aygulf | Hotelfrom $56
214 RN98 , Saint-Aygulf | Hotelfrom $93
3022 corniche d'azur ou 21 rue de claviers, Saint-Aygulf | 3 star hotelfrom $99
262 Boulevard Carpeaux, Saint-Aygulf | 3 star hotelfrom $82
75 Avenue Marius Coullet, Saint-Aygulf | Hotelfrom $81