Hotel Chateau De La Tour
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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This morning we have arrived in a new destination. Although Roisin and I have been to France many times before, we have never visited Cannes, on the French Riviera. Home to many famous artists through the ages such as Claude Monet and, in his later years, Pablo Picasso who are supposed to have been inspired by the vivid colours and clean fresh air of the region. Where Picasso is concerned I'm not too sure that it would have mattered where he got his inspiration from whether it was ...
... 4 hours, before as suddenly as it hit.....it was GONE.... OMG! It is over!! THIS WAS BEAUFORT "8" !!!!!!!!! See the specifics listed below. Jacques came below to check on me... "Robin..... I am sorry.... not one source told us this....are you okay?...." he said caringly and apologetically "I am fine, now, Jacques.... but was scarred!...." I admitted. "Mai Oui... the waves were very bad...and very big..." he said "all is fine now,Robin,you can see the coast, ...
Today was a rest day for us. We chose not to go on the optional excursion to a perfumery and hill top village - at €80 each, it was quite expensive and we all thought we could miss that one. So, what to do in Nice? We woke up late and had breakfast at 9 am - it has been 6:30 every other morning. We got out of the hotel by 10:30 and went straight to the local Carrefour supermarket. That was really fun. It is Coles and Big W ...
... around Nice together and grabbed some Slushies to help with the heat before Mary and Andrea were off to Monaco with their tour group. I kept walking around on my own, going up to the nearby castle and walking along the beach, before stopping to watch some live local jazz artists who were performing as part of the Jazz Festival in Nice.
Thursday I had planned to catch the bus up to Grasse (on Christine's recommendations) to walk through the old city and go ...
... Cathedral, marvelling as we went at the beautiful views and homes full of charm and character. We witnessed the changing of the guard at the palace and strolled the little alleys selecting the homes we would like to live in as we went! From old town we headed back to the waterfront for a late lunch at Le Botticelli, which consisted of steaming hot mussels in white wine, cream and Rocquefort cheese. I know we said we had the ...