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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... own private beach, elegant shops and promenading elegant shoppers. Felt very frumpy in my shorts. Very expensive. Saw a beach chair advertised for 45 euros! Didn't dare look at shoes and clothes haha. Walked along the lovely beachfront, Boulevard de la Crioisette marvelling at the gorgeous yachts. Checked out the Esplanade de Palais where famous filmstars and directors have their palm prints in the pavement and strolled past ...
... The young guy had no English at all. We saw a sign on the bar - sandwich. Great - Phil knew frommage was cheese - all good so far - the other filling was prosciutto - he kindly showed us. We are on al roll! We will have deux! He brings out a giant two foot long bread roll! Ok cut that in half I say - lots of hand action - he understands cut - so he slices off about a quarter - ok I will have the small quarter! Ok he gets that. Brings out another two foot roll and cuts off the same ...
... proud that he made it up there. Oh but the view was worth every pedal! We stand overlooking the ocean and the whole town, simply beautiful. We take some pictures on the other side of the hill of villefranche before making our way back down the hill at full speed, I can't help but let out a yell and a yippee as we speed down the French mountainside. I wish I had a camera on my helmet to show you the view and the pure awesomeness of this experience. ...
... medicine only shops, staffed by what we would call physicians assistants. They are knowledgable and prices are unbelievably low. We stopped in for some drops for Jim's eyes, something for stopped up ears, and a decongestant. Total cost was 10 euros and these were prescription level meds. So perhaps Jim said it best. "I would really miss Dierbergs!" Maybe what would be ideal would be to live part of the year somewhere else just to keep from becoming ...
... at Miss Navigator, I could have laughed, tangled in all these gadgets with no idea how to use them let along where we are. After a quick glance at the map we realised that we were not too far from the station.
A short drive later and we were out the front of the station but in very heavy traffic. The next thing was trying to work out where this AVIS office was. That turned out to be rather easy as Courtney spotted it down the road. We turned into ...