Ile Rousse Hotel Thalazur Bandol
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... with gas and other fees, but the amount is regulated to make sure the driver isn’t making a profit. It’s quite a hot service in France right now (and other European countries) since it’s environmentally friendly. On the way to Marseille, I rode with two Parisian guys and a Hungarian girl (also studying in France), and on the way back the driver and passengers were all French. They were all friendly and everything went smoothly on the way there ...
... towels for our faces and cold champagne to improve our mood. Add to that Twenty degree temperatures, the sun peeking out from scant clouds, snow covered alps in the distance, beautiful Cyprus trees doting the landscape amongst olive orchards and grape vines lined up like sentinels guarding its promise of wine and the struggles of the flight disappear from ...
... France for 10 years, she knew all kinds of great places to see including along the Mediterranean Cote D'Azur. Jet lag loomed large as we were cruising through the countryside amongst the numerous villages that make this such a picturesque place while on our way to and from the Mediterranean. Of course a dip in ...
... with sponsors’ logos were driving by, with employees standing up and throwing samples of candy, snacks, and even laundry detergent (the most useful for us) into the crowd. We weren’t sure at first, but...
...This was the Tour de France.
They had started in Nice, our destination city for the next day, and were cycling to Marseille. They hadn’t arrived in Cassis yet, and we walked our bikes down the course towards the city ...
Inside there were lots of mosaics in glittering colours and a nautical theme to the decorations. There were model boats and planes hanging from the ceiling. There were also two walls covered in paintings of different maritime and other disasters - shipwrecks, train crashes and towns being bombed in wartime. I suppose it was a way of giving thanks when people had been saved from disaster.
Once we arrived back in the port Leah, Pita and I ...