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... One side was the wild churning sea (it was rough and rocky there. Unlike the beach) another side you could see the harbor with many sailboats docked and the third view was the beach. It was quite striking. The old fort must have been hundred of years old but in its new reincarnation as a museum it was perfectly preserved.
Next I will tell about St. agnes wow was that different. We are getting ready now to meet John and Marybeth in ...
... 2013 We went to the Gorges du Ardeche today. We were very high up in the mountains again and Hammy wanted to go and ride in a canoe. Grandma reminded him that he can't swim so it would not be a good idea. We stopped at a restaurant for dinner, The salad starter was nice but the rest of the meal was awful. Hammy shared grandmas and enjoyed the lentils. ...
... this in a movie once and couldn't believe it
*Sometimes I saw decorative pink or blue toilet paper.
*The guy cleaning the street looked from the 21st century but his straw broom was straight
out of Monty Python.
*No matter where you go in the world, kids are the same. They laugh, look cute, throw
tantrums, have food on their ...
... high panoramic views of the resort of Menton and sweaty palms and bum for Monsieur. A road sign indicates that vehicles over 8 metres long should not attempt to ascend to the camp site. The motorhome with the bikes on the back is about 7.5 metres, Monsieur debates whether to use this as an excuse to skip Menton but looks over to Madame's smiling face, sensibly decides against it and grits his teeth. For Monsieur, it's hair-raising, some of ...
... was lovely.
Part of the dining room was on a terrace overlooking the swimming pool, the garden and to the side, the sea.
Dropping our bags, we decided to explore. Starting off with the seaside promontory above the sea, which was flanked with decorative Victorian lamps and palms. Then we walked into the town to look at the huge yachts and gin palaces in the smart marina at the end of town.
Although it was obviously expensive, it felt ...