Escale Au Soleil
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... as the most significant border post near the coast.
Situated high on a hill, St Paul de Vence has a spectacular 360 degree panorama of the surrounding countryside and the coast. Not much happened there for the next couple hundred years but after some repeated attempts to capture the town in the early decades of the 1500s, Francois I decided to build ...
Planning for about 200 miles per day SHOULD make for relatively easy driving.
Our limit in France (over 3.5 tonne gross train weight) is actually 90 kph (x 0.6 to approx convert to MPH) on motorways and 80 kph on other roads unless signed lower or it's raining! These limits and all rules in France, seem to be complex, including in date breathalysers you are supposed to carry in case you want to check you aren't over the limit but there's no penalty if you don't have ...
The car was parked by Kts boat so we had a wee stop there before heading off for the day. Kens getting lots of practice driving on the wrong side of the road. Today we drove into Provence and went to the markets in yet another gorgeous town in France...Aix en Provence The buildings...fountains....colours... atmosphere...whole buzz of the place was worth the drive! We sampled some wine from Chateau Miraval (home of Brad Pitt and Angelina Joelle) and ...
... under a form of constitutional monarchy, with Prince Albert II as head of state. The House of Grimaldi have ruled Monaco, with brief interruptions, since 1297. Monaco has become a major banking center as the state has no income tax, low business taxes, and is well known for being a tax haven. The drive to Monaco was a real treat, as it featured long tunnels and lots of twists and turns. Monaco is very small, and our drive to hotel allowed us to drive by a few ...
... huge Italian market and it was pretty cool because we have never been in Italy before. It was pretty nice there, but the market didn’t have that many nice things. Our grandmother bought a hat though. Anyway, we went to so many different countries that day hehe. After the stop and a great lunch in Italy, we took the train to Monaco, which is also considered an own country. It was so many spectacular boats there, and we went up to the Castel of Monaco, which was pretty cool. We ...