La Fontaine du Peyron
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews La Fontaine du Peyron Saint-Jeannet
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... It was my first visit to a self serve Laundromat and was cheap too which made the 1 kilometre walk well worth it. We came back, repacked our luggage and then took a stroll to the pebble stoned beach where we lazed for a while on the deck chairs looking out over the calm blue water and then decided despite neither of us being hungry, we'd better have lunch. As we waited for our food we were joined by Ron and Katherine. Was nice ...
After a lovely breakfast on the terrace I took a walk through a sleepy St Jeannet on a beautifully clear Sunday morning. We had a short burst of showers yesterday afternoon and it made the air even cleaner, clearer and a bit cooler. The light here which has delighted so many of the Impressionist painters was even sharper and more beautiful this morning
I loved hearing the morning sounds as the town ...
... and casino. Then we headed out to the beach in Nice, strolling around the seashore where we could see beautiful buildings on one side and blue sea on the other side and in between the stone beach with perfect water. We sat on the stones to enjoy the sound of the sea and the warmth of the sun. Then we took our flight to Napoli, aurevoir France and ciao Bella ...
... br> We walked around our local area to get a feel for our spatial dimensions. We got quickly acquainted with the services that were nearby to us and the types of restaurants, gelato bars etc. We had 2 gelato and crepe places right under us, along with more lined down our street.
Every street we turned down was lined with souvenir shops, regular retail shops, restaurants and the like. It was gold, i loved this. No matter where we were we had something to look at. And we could always ...
... Jeannette is far far up the mountains behind Nice - only 17km, but takes about 40minutes to negotiate the narrow roads. It's overshadowed by a couple of rocky peaks. Old houses cascade down near vertical hillside. Cobblestone lanes wind randomly through the town - one eve n goes though the bottom floor of the auberge - splitting the bottom floor in two. Should have just stayed on the mountain, but we felt me had to push on and see some of the riviera. Drove the High Corniche - ...