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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Today we took the short 8km journey to see what Monaco and Monte Carlo were all about!
The journey may have been short but as you can imagine, the traffic was very busy. Having said that, we found it easy to find an underground parking spot just by the famous Casino.
We think it was a bit early for the beautiful people as there …
... completely back to normal.
On Sunday I was supposed to be driving two colleagues to our boss's summer garden party at her home in the Var which is about 90 minutes away, passed Draguignan on the way to the Gorges du Verdun.It was the highlight of the weekend and I had been looking forward to it but I didn't trust the car so thought we would probably not be able to go. However Silvie offered to drive instead which was great and meant I could ...
... be here in September before she goes off to England to work for Chapel Down winery in Kent for 5 weeks. Then Dax and Jai, Tony, Jan and Christopher at Christmas (Becky will be in Sydney) so I won’t be back in Perth until next year. I am still hoping to see another couple of faces over here (Lee, Cheryl, Linda, Beryl & Bobby, Jo & Geoff???? I have plenty of room in October which is a great month here as all the tourists will be gone).
... occupied by not only the Romans but also the Moors who held the area for approximately 80 years until they were driven out by William of Provence in 973. By 1388 Èze fell under the jurisdiction of the House of Savoy, who built up the town as a fortified stronghold because of its proximity to Nice. The history of Èze became turbulent several times in the next few centuries as French and Turkish troops seized the village ...
There was nearly a riot on the train last night. It was late so when it arrived that there were double the amount of people trying to get on it to get home. We were squashed in so tight that when we went around bends we didn't need to hang on to anything as other people held us up and we all swayed together. You could hardly breathe and the temperature sky rocketed. On the train, there was a representative of the train company, the fat controller or ...