BEST WESTERN Hotel Elixir Grasse
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Today we packed up all of our gear into Reggie and began the trip to France. We've decided to stay in Grasse in Provence, as it's not too far from Biassa (4.5 hours) and we can use it as a starting point to find some lavender fields and visit the Camargue. Grasse is a very famous town in France as it is the World's Perfume capital. Apparently two third of France's natural 'aromas' that are used in flavourings and perfumes are made here and lots of 'noses' (Les Nez) have been ...
... slipping over. Bree crawled out of the water. I got Janna to throw me my thongs which was still hard because i was trying to keep them on as I kept falling as I was getting out of the water. On the way back to the hotel we got in trouble for wearing our swimmers off the beach, apparently because its a high end area swimmers are not allowed to be worn anywhere but on the beach. For dinner we ...
... food and not just trinkets. The food stalls are awesome, every fruit and vege you could imagine. I saw the biggest beefsteak tomatoes I have ever seen. Also the biggest capsicums, they were more than twice the size of anything I have seen before. There were flowers and spices, fish, meat, bread, pastries and trinkets. We tried some cheese before buying and bought some fruit. Got some lovely nectareins, Italian grown with yellow flesh that were perfectly ...
... to Paris. Obviously she was only allowed to die in Paris. Queen Victoria used to spend her summer breaks in Grasse and had a small castle on the hill in Grasse.
The International Perfumery Museum is a must see and gives you a good insight of the perfume history manufacturing in the area, including the history of the special Jasmin they used to grow in the region. The Jasmin grown in this region was very much sought after in ...
... Jean Medicine up to place Massena ( a massive open square with fountain and statue). Then we were on th beach which was about 8 km long. We walked along the Promenade Des Anglais a wide footpath running above the beach. No white sand here, large palm sized rocks, but that didn't deter the hundreds of people sunbaking on them just lying on towels.. Nath and I went ...