B&B Toulon La Seyne Sur Mer
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... t have that great of a reputation, despite being the second largest city in France. It’s known for its port (the largest in France), as well as its crazy drivers, large immigrant population, and drug trade which make it a dangerous city. However, it is also a beautiful city known for its gastronomy, soap, every water sport you can imagine, and dreamlike ocean views. It’s also known for the Island of If, and the infamous Chateau d’If which ...
... towels for our faces and cold champagne to improve our mood. Add to that Twenty degree temperatures, the sun peeking out from scant clouds, snow covered alps in the distance, beautiful Cyprus trees doting the landscape amongst olive orchards and grape vines lined up like sentinels guarding its promise of wine and the struggles of the flight disappear from ...
... cases we were touching stone walls or bridges up to 2000 years old. AWESOME!!! It makes you wonder if the bridges we build today will be here in 2000 years.
We were lucky enough to be in some of these villages during their farmers' or artisan markets. These were very well attended ...
... Seyne-sur-Mer is boring, quite the opposite, but we had the idea in our minds that we were going to buy a new camera – and we were not going to be happy until we got one. We searched the shops around the port - no cameras. We had a look at the local market with every kind of fruit, vegetable, cheese and meat you could ever want - no cameras. We sat at a cafe and drank coffee while eating pastries trying to think if there was something else we wanted to ...
... not take it. We tried five different cards and all were rejected. There was a help button which gave us a "friendly" little French woman who spoke no English and insisted that when traveling in France one should speak French. She finally came over to our car which was now blocking a lane with about 12 cars in it. She took a 20 Euro note and gave us change. She had no explanation as to why the machine ...