Hotel De La Plage
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... to a Flamenco show after dinner. ..a 30min sing n dance which was cool. Then it was off to the pub! Bear in mind that it's 11:30 by this stage. People still fill the streets and restaurants are still serving diners. Most of the group were heading to the beach clubs for a big one tonight, but me and a few others wandered back home after one drink. We waded through the gypsies that try to befriend you only to steal your **** and the hype guys trying to chat you up and take ...
... after stopping at a small cafe for lunch (and attempting to communicate with the little French we knew and the little English they knew), we found someone who knew where the Chateau was. Our new French friend, personally escorted us to the Chateau, and as we pulled up we were all speechless. We arrived to a beautiful Chateau surround by a perfectly landscaped vineyard. After meeting the owners they showed us around the Chateau and to our own personal cottages and rooms. We all fell ...
... serious inquiries. Although the house has a Belle Epoque grace, the truly wealthy may bypass it in favor of a more prestigious waterfront villa.
The Cote D'Azur has a long history of ostentatious houses and their equally over-the-top owners. We visited the Villa Kerylos, the residence of Theo Reinach, a wealthy Paris intellectual (he and his brothers Joseph and Salomon were ...
... Belle Cherie and the body moisturiser which smells sooo nice! (I could smell that one lol although I double checked with Gemski to make sure it did smell good haha) We left about 11am and headed to Nice. It was such a nice warm day. Gem, Ella, Jordyn, Abbey and I just walked around the city and took some photos and just chilled. We had crepes for lunch, I had a seafood one which wasn't bad and Jordyn and Abbey's were nice too. In the afternoon ...
... the night. Antibes is a naval town, they are Nice's go to army base, they have the stone walls to prove it. We walked with no map and a general direction/sense, towards the Musee Picasso. The streets were small, full of flowers and cafes and the further we walked, the more people. Then we came across the second attraction we'd read about but not pursued, the famous Antibes Markets. There were unbelievable, not very big but very ...