Hotel Les Oliviers
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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To celebrate arriving in wonderful Nice, we found somewhere to have a cold beer. Unfortunately the closest bar was an Irish one (of course). But it turned out well because we met some Scottish guys who had been in town for the Monaco Grand Prix. Of course they were a hoot and one of them had won at the casino and shouted us drinks. And of course, we couldn't say no in the interest of diplomacy. And not surprising at all were the questions about sharks, spiders and snakes in Aus, ...
... said to have an interior that reflects the influence of Saint Peter's of Rome.
While in Old Nice we saw one of the few remaining examples of the decorated facades in this area. It is dated 1584 and shows Adam and Eve naked in the Garden of Eden, threatening each other with clubs. This house is famous for this mural.
We wandered the streets and walkways for a while, all of them lined with small shops , restaurants and cafes. ...
zNow that I'm basking in the post-exam glow, I have time to write a blog post about the second part of my Easter break when I went on another adventure through southern France. During winter break (if you remember), I toured some of the small towns of the "Midi" (what les Franēais call the southern provinces)--Arles, Aix-en-Provence, Nīmes, Carcassone, and Aigues Mortes. So for spring break, with my Greek gal pals Athena and Ariadne, I decided to see some of the larger ...
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 ...