B&B Frejus Roquebrune Sur Argens
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... buying ingredients to make a Carbonara, and also an extension cord and power adaptor as we seem to keep running the tablet flat writing this blog at campsites!
Back at camp we excitedly started to prepare the carbonara. The pasta though was a disaster - the gluten free Barilla turning in a mass pot of gloop. We managed to wash the pasta enough it looked ok, but once adding the garlic, bacon, egg, cream and cheese, it turned into quite the ...
... plus large courtyard, a parking area and two separate villas that could be rented. We received another warm reception from the staff, who looked smart in all white outfits. Our room was the Bouganville Suite, which was a large room with a separate alcove area which they had put the kids' beds. Lochy had a real single bed, but unfortunately Maclean's was a cot. Once again, we had a unique bathroom situation with a large shower, including a ...
We took the dogs to the lake at Roquebrune village this morning, it is so hot and thought they could do with a cool swim in the lake. We havnt ventured very far yet as it is very hot and we are enjoying chilling at the campsite, there is a pool here and we are able to sit just outside the pool area under a parasol with the dogs and have a ...
... my morning yoga practices; well this changed as the body is worked and well warn, and you truly cherish your sleep as sometime you just don’t get it.
I’ve had one day off in the last month and this is where I sit. Land ohh land, a day off- I had to get off, you forget what it feels like to walk on concrete, to smell grass and to see strangers. Spent the night with a friend and now challenged with making the journey back to where M ...
The campsite give a small brochure advising the route to take to the gorge.. it was a very scenic route and we passed through some very pretty villages perched on the hillside or moutainside would be a better description. It took about an hour before we reached the first viewpoint and although the last time I remembered there were bunjay jumping on the bridge there was no one taking the jump today. The views got better and better as we ...