Bastide Saint Mathieu
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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A quiet morning to catch up on work, school work, emails and the blog! Then headed out for a nice walk in the 'mountains'. Andy had found a book of walks, all in French tho (love a challenge!) so trying to translate it and find the right place to park and correct path to go on was interesting. This was after the BMW sat nav lady tried to kill us a few times: "please turn sharp right now" when sharp right was over ...
... that a friend of his was selling. It was a little scratched (as most cars are here) but seemed to drive ok but it had no CT certificate and as it cannot be sold without one Isaii is checking to see whether the seller will include the CT in the price. Anne Catherine says I can keep borrowing hers but I feel uncomfortable about this as I have had the use of it for a long time now.
... chef Mauro Colagreco himself. Unfortunately, we lost track of time as we were enjoying our meal and found ourselves knocking on the door of our hotel in Nice in the wee hours of the morning. After many unanswered phone calls and voicemails, we drove out to the airport to find a cheap place to stay for the night. Thankfully, the hotel didn't charge us for the night...and really, our trip is expected to have hiccups like these, so we are really ...
Grasse was also a lovely town, not rated in the tourist books which surprised us. We had an interesting tour around a perfume making factory, and Caroline returned to attend a one hour workshop to design her own scent, luckily Brian liked it. We had an enjoyable lunch in a sunny marketplace. The weather is getting lovely and warm now, and the forecast looks good ...
... Nice, we made the most of our newly
found energy and visited the Museum of Modern Art, cultural or what? The
museum’s most famous piece is Andy Warhol's 'Campbell’s Soup,' but
unfortunately that wasn't on display that day. I much preferred this museum to
some of the other’s we have visited, although some of it appeared to have been
done by a 5 year old. Following our museum trip, we rewarded ourselves ...