BEST WESTERN Hotel de l'Arbois
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... we were just amazed by our apartment!!! Its so huge and it's so pretty!!! The interior design is amazing, and right outside the window was the vieux port scenery. Our room is really big and we have a private toilet!! We love our apartment so much that we didn't want to leave the place at all haha. I havnt bathe since the cinque Terre trek and was feeling so sticky and disgusting, so I went to bathe shortly later. We went out for lunch after that and it's a place that ...
... just not get enough of this place and it seemed the place couldn’t get enough of us with its orange dust sticking to our shoes and clothes! The best way it seemed was to take off our shoes and enjoy the cool soft sand and worry about whether our feet were going to remain a shade of orange for the rest of our lives later on!
Once we had gawped our last gawp, we went into the red town to enjoy a cool drink and ...
... pool and most importantly parking and location. It had all the things listed, including a pool, however, the place felt like a prison, highly institutional, cold and metallic and not so new. We should have left right then and there walked out but we were tired and hungry and ready to stop. Nessie was a trooper, and while it was an efficient place, it ...
It seems as if our three-weeks in sunny Provence have flown by, as Dee and I spent much of this weekend trying to get organized for the move to Rome, and the transition from bonjour! to buon giorno! We're also excited about the upcoming rendezvous with our good friend, Lucy, who arrives shortly after us at Fiumicino, Rome's major airport, on Wednesday morning.
We decided to unburden ourselves of some non-essential clothing (too much cool weather garb), ...
... were other patrons suffering a similar fate. In any event, the meals were mediocre; the carafe of rosé and the bread were the highlights of our dejeuner on this day.
Enroute to visit the Pavillon de Vendome, a 17th-century mansion with formal gardens that are open to the public, we were amazed at the lack of pedestrian traffic, and the number of shuttered stores and shops. Apparently, much of ...