Hotel Restaurant des Deux Rocs
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the old town, which was hot and busy with locals and tourists. It was nice to escape the hustle and bustle of the town by climbing the hill to the site of the chateau (the chateau was demolished). There were fewer people up there, we drank tea in the park café and enjoyed the view over the port, which is full of super yachts.
The Matisse museum is a long walk from the centre of town (with tired legs) up a gentle incline. It was interesting to see how Matisse reinvented ...
... many flights to get to us. At that point, Jacques returned, we finished the mediocre Bellinis, and ordered a fabulous dinner, with the finest view of the harbor, in Cannes. What a super glitzy,,lovely place this is. Returning to the boat, we all were tired, so said our goodnights, and went to bed. Bon Nuit.... ;ᘸ 4;ȩ 57;8 ...
... your tickets to Toulouse so by the time we checked into the hostel it had started to get a bit dreary. We decided we'd go anyway, and all got our bathers and headed to just check out the beach. As soon as we left it started raining heavily, so we retreated to an incredibly expensive cafe where we all had terrible coffee. I finally had the affogato I'd been craving but it was severely lacking in Icecream. After that we decided we'd just walk down to the beach and have a geeze. ...
... Edge (an Australian team) were due to come by. When we finally left, after the last team had come by, we took great pleasure in letting them know that their big team (Orica) had just passed the split at a pace that would put them in 1st place if they kept it up. They did keep that pace up, and the team took 1st place in that day’s stage, which probably made for a pretty happy group of Aussie kids.
We grabbed our bikes and ...
What a week of adventure in the South of France! Monday was Ben's 8th birthday and we took our little hire car on an adventure to Italy. Sweeping through the famous hills and tunnels of Monaco and the area close to the border. The views were amazing as we witnessed the stunning scenery as well as the boats and yachts that were along the coast. We skirted through perched villages on the edges of cliffs and saw the opulence of Monaco. The order of the day was pizza and pasta, so ...