Domaine de l'Albatros Mouans Sartoux
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... I looked again and he was tensing his bum cheeks together quite rapidly. What the **** was this? As you can imagine it was really funny. I was crying with laughter on this silent beach, like a school boy I had to try and hold it in. In hysterics I thought we should go and explore around the rocks to calm down, It was 5pm and the sun was still shining. Stumbling over numerous rocks we shortly came to a little bridge trailing off into the sea. Quaint ...
... Prix car adorns a small grass verge. Formula 1 history and heritage is an intrinsic part of Monaco's image and appeal. Say 'Monaco' to anyone in a game of word association and they will instantaneously reply with 'Grand Prix'. The entire race track is a public road for the other fifty-one weeks of the year but it's that one rogue week that matters the most.
An orange Citroen 2CV breezed past as I paced my way up Beau Rivage, stopping a few times to take some photos ...
Monaco is the second smallest country in the world, after the Vatican City. It is divided into four parts: Fontvieille, Monaco-Ville, La Condamine, and Monte Carlo. I think Monte Carlo is definitely the most famous part, and it is where we stayed. We were there for two nights, but we came late on one night and left early two mornings after. So we had one full day there. The day we were there, Soph decided to just stay back at the hotel to try ...
After a pretty good sleep and a good breakfast I caught one of the awesome 1€ buses for an hour and a half trip up to the small village of Grasse. Grasse is the perfume capital of France, or probably the world and is the location of one of only three places in the world where you can study to become a Nose (name for the people that create perfume), the other two being in Paris. The town is pretty small and I walked around to the Fragonard perfumery to take a tour of ...
Breakfast was taken overlooking the gorge.
We were the only residents, but a group of about eight of the rescue team arrived for their morning gargle and fag. We wondered how often they had to fish people out of the gorge, and how they fell in in the first place.
Hurray! Yet another sunny day! How long is it since we had two sunnies on the trot?
The road onwards from the hotel was, although hard to believe, just as stunning as the road leading ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed