Hotel Les Oliviers
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... what was on the other side. There's an old fort up there that Jack was keen to explore.
Haven't done a lot of sightseeing as such. I think we are all a bit tired so it's been good walking around, resting and eating. It's been nice to take it easy in Nice.
Tomorrow we head to Sablet, a small wine growing village in Provence......and we are staying in a flat in the winery. This should be good.
... since we had just left a very rainy cold London. We caught a bus into the centre, on the way we came accross the United Nations building which was cool. Got out, got some photos etc. Headed into the centre and just walked around, sunbathed & ate some lunch before heading back to the airport for an hour long flight to the French Riviera!
So after flying a million times since ...
... my luggage with me to the port and taking the local metro. When escalators or elevators see me coming in France (if there ever are any), they stop working. I carried my 35 kilos of luggage down what seemed like a kilometer of broken down escalators. Then it was off to Nice.
The train trip through the south of France was typically amazing and as the train went through towns like Cannes and Antibes the Mediterranean Sea kept appearing between cliffs and beaches ...
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 ...