Hotel le Versailles
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... I try to play the haggle game, mentioning to Conor that I only had 30 Euro left, ask the woman if she took a card (knowing she wouldn't, but hoping she would take 30) and she didn't budge. She told me that there was an ATM across the street. Damn. I tried to keep playing it cool, so we walked away like we couldn't do 40. Two tables down the aisle we knew we wanted it and went back to pay 40. Here's hoping we can transport it home to the states without shattering it into a ...
... pool while the other girls became inventive with ways to change behind bins and had their swim in the med. After the pool and a bite to eat Glenda and I sat out on our balcony watching all the French water crafts. At 7 we went to the theatre to watch an adagio couple and a very funny ventriloquist before we found a spot on the promenade deck to watch the sunset over France as the ship headed towards Italy. Dinner was in Animator's Palate, ...
... plump from four meals per day milling about town. Thankfully, their presence wasn't obtrusive and some even offered to snap a few pictures of us without Louise having to accost them. We strolled the length of the seaside walkway pausing to admire the pebble beach and turquoise water near the center of the crescent shaped town and visited an old fort with beautiful gardens and vistas atop its ramparts. Late morning and early afternoon having been spent, we ...
... Casino and the Grand Prix track. We had missed the race by 3 days but evidence of the event was still there. Pit Row, grand stands, skid marks and the many ginormous yachts remained.
The crowds, cars, and yacht owners (or charterers) were all gone but yacht crews were still there, hard at work scrubbing and polishing – no doubt relieved that the owners were no longer on board.
... last night we talked about all the things we love about Provence and the Riviera: - rose and Cotes du Rhone - fresh croissants in the morning - St Agur creme - the colour of the buildings, pink, yellow, orange and turquoise shutters - 600 year old houses with modern interiors - the perched villages - the tiny restaurants with owners who treat you so nicely - the flower markets and the weekly markets with the ...