B&B Hotel Sophia Antipolis
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... open arms. Our fist stop inside the city walls was at the most dominating site in the city... the castle, called Comtal Chateau. To our nice surprise, as it was the first Sunday of the month, entrance to the castle was free! This is something to keep in mind if you find yourself in the area at the start of a month. The castle is well maintained and we spent a pleasant couple of ours exploring it. While we were in the castle the weather changed from ...
... unneccesary addition to her creme caramel.
A very slow walk back to the hotel, past the Julian Marley concert taking place in a park nearby, and into bed.
We awoke with a strange craving for truffle this morning. Gym. Breakfast (as above) and then a cab to Eze.
I won't spoil the next blog, but Eze is amazing! While I cannot vouch that what's written in the next blog will be any good, I can gaurantee the photos will be.
... was not straightforward though since the cashier had great difficulty removing the security tag from the gizmo, but got there eventually much to the irritation of customers behind us in the queue. Once 'home' we got it working, so I have now updated the blog with new pics so future postings should be suitably illustrated from the outset. A bit now about camp life. The pitches compared to some we have stayed on are generous in size, complete ...
... arts, crafts and local products, but we broke the no-souvenir rule by buying an enamelled metal wall plaque of a cyclist for home. The excuse is that it is not too big or heavy and so appropriate. Wednesday, we drove the short distance along the coast to take a look at Antibes. Once we had found somewhere to park, we walked beside Port Vauban, the marina brimming with huge, expensive super-yachts towards the old town. Mind boggling as to ...
... garnish including small dice of water melon! Unusual, but tasty, especially accompanied by a further selection of savoury bread rolls. David's starter (I declined) seared, crusted tuna with roasted vegetables then arrived, but this was not to my liking - a bit raw in the middle, but I guess they do it in Japan, so why not in Italy! When the main course arrived, I was a little taken aback by my 'fried fish', having expected a fillet. It turned out to be a selection of ...
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