Hotel Club du Soleil Le Pas du Loup
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- Swimming pool
- Pets allowed
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... above our heads. So we didn't sleep. After this night we left to go to barcelonnette. One of the rides to barcelonnette was an Italian family in a big camper. They brought us to a camping in barcelonnette. Our first Italian lesson: tranquillo whick means teak it easy. We stayed for two days to rest. It was a really nice village were we had an amazing meal at a small restaurant. Love enea and ...
So, this was likely our last long hike of the week. We hiked somewhere around 16-19km from 10am to 4pm on quite the heat. This is a pretty town perched on a hill above Menton. Views of the riviera and of the mountains... We walked up to the top of the hill (after showers, and now we're all sweaty again!) and got an incredible view, plus explored the ruins of an ancient castle. The staff here are really great. The main ...
... the largest cathedral in the Alpes Maritimes. Boy was it hot and humid today. We cut our town tour short and retreated to our air conditioned hotel rooms instead. Rested a bit, Zach wrote in the travel journal, kids made funny videos. Ventured out for a nice pasta and pizza dinner, and are mentally preparing for what could be a really hot uphill hike tomorrow. Note: if you are friends ...
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For some time, since travelling in Europe we have noticed that there are very few HDs. OK, where we have been is not the kind of country that you would expect big open road tourers, but its also where we have seen them. However, daily we see more BMW GSs that are probably registered in all of NZ. Granted it’s the highest selling model in the adventure / tourer market, which is huge, but you would expect to see some ...
... convinced me to get crème brulee (after all this is France), and she treated me to a glass of wine. As we parted, we decided to meet for dinner the next night, just to spend more time together and talk more; to keep eachother company. I could tell she was lonely, here all by herself, with all her birds out of the nest so to speak, and I enjoyed her presence. Both nights were filled with laughter, stories, thoughts, ideas, opinions and ...