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Travel Blogs from Grasse
... A stroll round the old part of town and lovely views was timed perfectly as the sun came out. Time for a dip in the pool and Piperade (omelette with peppers, onions etc) courtesy of chef Andy for dinner. This is the life! Loving the Intermarche supermarket which blows Farro and Nosh out of the water for choice - a whole row just of anchovies (Matt was amazed) let alone the yummy cheeses to choose from - and a fraction of the price we'd pay in NZ! ...
young woman. I hope we stay friends 4--eva....!
*All of my other friends and acquaintances as well: Jens, Jolien, Marie-Julie, Abdul,
Meline, Michel, Faycal, and Lea. It's funny how quickly you bond with people when you
are in the same situation.
*My teachers at the EF Language school as they were upbeat, supportive, and excellent
... s beginnings date back to the 11th century. The area is considered to be the world's capital of perfume. The manufacturing of perfume made the town prosperous in the 17th century. It is also known that Napoleon stayed there on his way to Elba. It is said that he stayed there for 100 days. Another famous person, Edith Piaff used to retreat to Grasse and actually died there, however the coroner did not declare her dead until she ...
... ever imagined, I went swimming on one of the days and the cold water literally took my breath away, it felt as cold as Port Phillip Bay would be in the middle of winter. Hopefully it starts warming up because we are spending a bit of time on the Mediterranean coast later in the trip.
The day trip to Cannes was pretty uneventful, it was full of tourists coming off the massive cruise liners to do a days shopping in the expensive clothing ...
... place was very busy.
After our Kirs we both had the Fish terrine to start and then Lorna had Salmon with a good selection of accompaniments and I had 4 cheese ravioli with pesto and tomato. We both had Pannacottas to finish served unusually in Kilner jars.
A really good lunch and excellent value. Very much a restaurant with an Italian twist into the cooking but all was well done and flavoursome. Not high end stuff just good honest fresh cooking with ...