Hotel Les Calanques
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... the boat. As he left. Marina was approaching the table.... "The elevator is broken and I had to walk up 6 flights.... Not sure how to get to floor 7, but ran into some staff, and took the staff elevator up one floor." She recounted only slightly tired after her long walk up. "Jacques and I were directed to the hotel elevator, and came right up. The restaurant 360° elevator was the one that was non working", I replied, feeling badly that she had to ...
... marina where Chris admired the super yachts and boats. We did wander past a yacht broker and oggled over the prices, with cheapest we found being 10mill US dollars right through to well over 80 mill. Molly and I had a fish foot spa along the water front, it was an interesting experience, immersing our feed in a pool of water with 100s of little fis that nibble at all the dead skin on your feet. Doesn't hurt but it is a strange ...
... he will notice that you are a yacht crew and DOUBLE THE BILL! So you pay €30 to travel approximately 5km!
It is based on these experiences so far that I have resolved NEVER to settle in the South of France. I have decided that the ONLY Riviera is Torquay, the English Riviera. There are just as many Irish bars, sex shops and palm trees, you still won’t understand the locals due to the Devon accent so it’s the same really, only cheaper! ...
... by a Californian Business Man, we also saw “Diamonds are forever” which was up for sale for $59million!
The lady at tourist info told us there was a nice walk through a park to an old fort, but we weren’t impressed with it at all! The park was shabby with dying grass, the bins were overflowing with litter and there was dog poo everywhere ...
... solstice (Inti Raymi) later in June. Actually, have you noticed how people with little or nothing use any excuse to party? They find something to celebrate in the smallest things. It's humbling.
We have a bite to eat in a balcony restaurant so we can watch and then it is time to leave. I'm as hopeless as ever so Annie ducks (or rather hobbles) off with the minimum of drama and I change and wait for my cab. The check in queue is horrible and I ...