Le Verger Maelvi
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- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Room service
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... we drove to the beautiful canal port of Grimaud. Justifying our visit, promising to take the children to something they wanted to do the following day. However, it turned out that this visit to Port Grimaud was just as stimulating for them as us. We walked through the amazing village of Port Grimaud, over quaint bridges spanning across the canals where we saw some absolutely amazing million dollar yachts/boats (which we ...
... had clearly already disposed of their musettes, we decided to hop on the bikes and head upstream. Yes, there was a nice long stretch, but that’s not where the feed zone was. Huh. We went a little ways further, then turned and headed back to the van. As we drove toward the highway, the quickest way took us up the road where the peloton had come through. We spotted some things that would help us in our next quest for a feed zone. Like arches saying "Feed zone” (or ...
... 3 point turn, stopping traffic to reverse out the port..... Some tense moments and we headed straight out to Nice to our hotel. Well that was a disaster too- our hotel is in the centre of Nice old town and there was nowhere to park the bloody campervans again!! So we headed out of Nice to the Avis agency which was of course closed for lunch!!! After paying $500 excess (both Gary and Pete had clipped the passenger side mirrors) we got to wave the campervans ...
... small streets leading up to the walkways to Château de la Castre. You’ll find every major designer label well represented in this town (most of the big designer names were located on Boulevard de la Croisette). The beaches although split between public and private areas (something you will see on the Côte D’Azur), I felt that the Cannes beaches had more space for people to hang out. It didn’t feel like you’re squeezed into a parking ...
... decided I should make my way to Cannes!
Cannes seemed like a cross between Nice and Monaco, it was glamorous but still laid-back and fun. I walked all the way along the long beach and checked out a TV festival they were having - there was a red carpet and everything! It was a cool city but Antibes was much more my style. I had a delicious chocolate nutella crepe and then decided to head back to Nice