Hotel du Baou
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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The alarm went off at 8:45am. Our room was freezing so it was very hard to get up, but we eventually made our way out of bed! The shower was tiny and the water only turned on for 30 seconds! We took half of our showers cold with no water! After we manage to pack our bags in the small space we had, we walked down the street to find a place to eat. We only had about 20minutes to eat because we wanted to catch a train at 12:30pm and needed to buy tickets at ...
... from the top of the ship. Not a great sightseeing day. The coastline is just fabulous though what we can see of it. Everything you think it's supposed to be when you hear of the French Rivera. Anyway, we drive to the Italian border to a little town called Menton. It is another beautiful town on the coast with an incredible harbor stuffed with it's share of yachts too. This whole coastline is just dripping with money. I mean yachts are backed into spaces along ...
... more than enough!
A couple of minutes after the rest stop, we had to stop to get something out of the trunk, so we pulled into an emergency lane so I could quickly jump out. I did and voila! (<---hey that's French!)
our two hour buffer was gone. We met an Italian girl who was stranded with her mom - on the way to see her dad in the hospital. Her car was over heated, and she was having a really bad day and was so sweet. We used all our water from our recent rest stop for ...
Today is our first shore excursion. The weather is great and the sea has been really calm, I have hardly noticed I'm at sea. The boat is moored at Villefranche and we need to use tenders to get to shore. We experience a little bit of a delay getting off because there is also a Disney ship in port and only a certain number of tenders available... There are about 6 bus loads doing the same tour as us and about 12 ...
... the beach, but now they are stone beaches instead of sand. Love how everyone gets out amongst it, all shapes, sizes and ages, and baked to a tan that will shrivel like a sultana no doubt! Loads of dogs on the beach lazing with their owners, or walking the streets and cafes. Small to medium dogs mainly. We turn inland now, heading up into the alps to find Peille. OMG...glad we hadn't been doing this at midnight the previous night! Glorious views quickly ...