Hotel Le Mas Des Oliviers
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... Sigh... Anyway, after some admittedly rather squeezy......ok, on second thoughts, let's cut to the chase.....the roads were very bloody narrow, (like, mostly < 6m), winding and really quite challenging, and by most standards, probably quite dangerous, and, in Treas's judgement, totally undriveable, because they were the dreaded "white roads" on the map.... Average speed was only about 25kph, because every time we found another vehicle coming the other way, we had to stop ...
... then carried on along the beach and saw all the designer shops before heading to where the Cannes Film Festival takes place. There was a yachting festival on at the time (hence all the boats in the bay) so we couldn't actually visit the marina.
I'm glad we came for the day and it's nice to say we visited. I actually did enjoy it, but it wasn't what I expected and I'm glad we 're stating in ...
... Then we found the town carousel and max was quite delighted to see that there was an 'old timey car' and a motorcycle. We took a few rides then headed back to the hotel for nap time. Max and daddy went to the beach to see how many rocks they could throw into the water, and now we are headed to the champagne bar to celebrate Father's Day then off to a fun little family restaurant in town. Happy Father's ...
... in this house.
We stopped for breakfast at this place in Bandol that served omelettes on top of french fries. I don't understand the french obsession with fries. They serve fries with every single meal. Like 5 out of 4 meals have fries (on average).
Today I was leading with Jake close behind and Michael Tom bringing up the rear. He likes to bike in this way where he sprints really fast and then slows down, and ...
... I picked up some olives and a traditional chick pea tortilla, which is a Nicoise delicacy. They were so good! I sat on the beach to eat my snacks- it was perfect! I met a fellow backpacker in Antibes, a really awesome girl from Cornwall who came to Antibes to work on the yachts, sail around the world and save money for a house in England! We had lunch together and wandered around the tiny town for a while ...