Hotel du Baou
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- Refrigerator in room
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... appear) from the night befores heroics we said goodbye to the blue water and headed for bed.
Another early start for a long day of travel I decided to take a morning walk to get a few last shot of the coast on what was a slightly drizzly morning.
back at the hotel packed and ready we headed for our first of 3 trains which is where I sit right now watching the Italian coastline go by and lookign foward to a little piece of paradise called the Cinque ...
... washed away many years ago went well with some giant macaroons we got stuck into.
We headed towards Marseille, a huge city, which we weren’t intending to visit but drive around mainly. Scarily enough Marseille looked vaguely familiar on the drive in, we both realised it was our home Wellington that it had stark a resemblance with. Our wild camping spot outside of Marseille was ...
... events and movies and T.V. shows alike, I have an idea of what it will look like and what to expect, but can never be quite sure how well the images from the television portray to your mind. We walk out of the tunnel at the end of the starting strait of the formula one track, just before the right hander to go up the hill and along the escarpment, overlooking the bay and the copious amounts of multi million dollar ...
... bit before saying our goodbyes to the family and Rob & Asha before heading on our way north to a little town called Arles in the south of France as a bit of a stepping stone to getting to Nice.
Arles is a nice small town in the South of France that attracted Hannah to it with its Roman amphitheatre mostly. We stayed two nights, but really only one full day, in a little motel a wee way out of town and this was the first time that public transport wasnt ...
... Our first stop was a perfumery that showed us how soaps, creams and perfumes were made. The girl showing us around also explained the difference between Perfume and Eau de toilette. Basically you only need to apply perfume once a day and the smell with last whilst Eau de toilette needs to be continuously reapplied. Most people walked out having bought some perfumes and soaps. After an hour, we headed into Nice via a scenic drive ...