B&B Frejus Roquebrune Sur Argens
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... this awesome, old school carousel that looks likes it's from the 1930's...of course we let MD ride "the bluuuuu horsie daddy!".
GOOOAAAAAALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL!!!!!!!!! England scores right after Italy.
On the bus to St. Paul de Vence (pronounced Vaance); we get the last seat, so Heather and Maclaren sit down. At the next stop a lady gets off and the guy sitting next to Heather slides across and puts his daughter on his lap with his wife next to him, so I slide ...
So up early and left the site at 9:30 and got on our way to Roquebrune, we found the campsite easy enough and were given a lovely pitch overlooking the meadow opposite the sun is shining and we got the awning up without the front panels to create a sun canopy. Lets hope the sun continues to shine and I am sure we will have some good days out. ...
... after a long day and heaps of impressions and decided to take it easy the next day.The next day we went to an island outside Jean Les Pines which reminded us of "Jomfruland" in Kragerĝ. We went for a long run together at the island, but Oda is just like our mum…. she has to run a little bit ahead of Frida all.the.time. So they parted after a while… but the island was really idyllic and nice.
The day after, Oda and our grandmother had a lovely day together because ...
... he returned from a crusade .......believable well a little bit !!!
We then drove over the other side of the lake and reached a plateau where all the lavender fields are, miles and miles of rows of lavender shame it was not in bloom another few weeks and it would be a sea of lavender . As lavender helps you to sleep well it is no wonder that we have slept like little babies here but then it may have to do with the vino as well !! ...
... area is really beautiful.
The villages I visited in this area included Peillon, Peille and St Agnes. I had lunch in St Agnes and then travelled back towards Cannes and visited Vence, and finally the highlight of the day, Saint Paul-de-Vence. Both these villages are situated above Cagnes, about 20kms inland.
Saint Paul-de-Vence is referred to as the jewel of Provence and the accolade ...