Hotel Cantemerle Spa & Restaurant
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Today we took a drive to Menton to view the kennel where Buckley will stay once Angela goes to London on the 19 th Feb.It took us about 45 min to get there. We took the auto strada-highway-which takes you over extremely high bridges as well as through many tunnels. The only way you know that you are in France is when there is a sign next to the road telling you that France is in 500m- no border crossing as such.When we arrived at the kennels we were greeted by lots ...
... the hole in the wall that produced bread second in quality only to the Stonehenge. Then we conducted them to the Vence church to visit another of our favorite Chagall mosaics, this one of baby Moses being discovered in the bulrushes by a delighted pharaoh’s daughter (see photo below).
The additional hours we were granted afforded us the special opportunity to have another meal in France. After the usual pfaffing about we finally settled on ...
... and a brioche loaf filled with fresh fruit—apricots, nuts, pears, and figs. Not able to wait until we returned to Angie’s to sample the booty, we had a spontaneous French tailgater right in the parking area: Manfred whipped out his Swiss army knife and we made short work of the brioche, which was indisputably the world’s finest! Exercising ultimate self control, we managed to wrap up most of the rest of the baked goods, and went on our way ...
... is heard to mutter about contracts not being signed ???!!! All very strange…
Monsieur"s faith in France and the French is restored when we move to a camp site at Quinson near Le Grande Canyon du Verdon. 18 euros a night and unlimited access on the internet for 20 euros a week. The walks are brilliant through high sided limestone gorges. The village is attractive with bars and restaurants and most importantly, the people are ...
... to San Remo which proved to be a bit underwhelming (despite my protestatiions that it had to be nice as it was round the corner to Monaco) Bob likened it to Ramsgate. Whatever - i bought a lovely top and the pizza place was great so it's spot on in my book.
Back on the road and it was my turn to drive. I was looking forward to seeing Monaco (and learnt from Bob that Monaco and Monte Carlo are one and the same - news to me!) Sadly it was not to be and ...