Hotel Les Oliviers
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We started our trek towards Nice and made a pit stop in Antibes. We were curious to see what the hype was all about for the Cote D'Azur, and Antibes did not fail to live up to it. With its old town, port, beaches, and market, we were already attracted to everything it had to offer. We also discovered the hike along Cap d'Antibe, which proved to be quite scenic and had us right up against the crashing waves from the sea. We were able to finish the hike just ...
... a small village. We had a great deal of trouble finding our hotel when we first arrived because when we put the address into our Navman and into Google maps it sent us to the wrong address. It took us hours to work it out. We even went to another hotel by the same name in another town about 30 km away before working it out. We were greatly relieved when we finally got there. The hotel was actually a few kilometres from the nearest town of Entraigue which ...
Up at 8 after a good night sleep. Breakfast and off to Monaco and monte carlo. This is pictures time but i'm treating from my phone. But in short boats. Cars women and casinos. My double espresso cost 7.6 euros. Ok th's in a posh hotel opposite THE Casino. But an ensuite room with double bed with breakfast for less than that. Oh it was in a dodgy area in romania.
So. Stayed till 4 then had a lovely ride back to Nice. Spent the rest of the day ...
Friday, our last day in Fayence and I decide an 'at home' day is in order....a chance to do some washing and reorganise the suitcases in readiness for our long haul home....
However, the rest of the crew are keen for a day out so St Tropez becomes the agenda. They all head out and I deal with a weird european washing machine and slightly inclement weather. The golden sunshine has dissappeared right when I need it!
Thursday, and it's another hot and sunny day in Provence. Most of the tribe wanted to stay put for the day so Tony and I drove the short distance to Grasse, the home of perfume.
Grasse is a really lovely 'old town' and was very easy to walk around as many of the streets surrounding the square are closed to traffic. It makes such a difference not having to dodge the crazy cars and bikes.
Grasse supplies all the perfume companies with ...