Hotel le Prejoly
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... On the way to France, the autostrada follows the coastline of the Italian Riviera which gives you some lovely views of the Ligurian Sea (it basically becomes the Mediterranean Sea between France and Monaco) and then once you're into France, you are in the heart of the French Riviera. We got to Grasse fairly early, so we decided to head up into the hills behind Grasse to Gourdon, a perched village, that is at an altitude of 760 m and has an awesome view over the Loup Valley. ...
... us some incredible traditional French
and Nicoise dishes.
*The excitement of exploring a new place and learning.
*Being surrounded by exquisite art and architecture.
*Not grading papers :)
Once again I am so thankful to have been able to indulge myself in this experience. Thank you for reading, I truly enjoyed writing this!
... century and at times still is today. The Notre Dame du Puy cathedral is also a must. It shelters 3 paintings by Rubens, Fragonad and the Brea School. Not to be missed.
Just a bit of useless information given to us is, did you know that it takes 8000 Jasmin plants to collect 1kg of flowers for the making of perfume. No wonder the real stuff is so expensive. Grasse is a delight to visit and once again we need another week to see it ...
... a huge quite ridiculous affair where they marched around in stupid clothes then a band comes and plays a few songs and it seemed to be done only for the thousands of tourists who come to watch, where as the one in Monaco was much more regimented and seemed to have a military purpose although again every tourist in town was there to watch it.
After that we walked a lap of the F1 track that goes right through the centre of town. Had we done a ...
... if we knew a particular location they needed next. We didn't but they all thanked us and said goodbye.
Later a group had found a location and Lorna was stood right in the firing line and ended up surrounded as they made their way excitedly past. Very funny and the teachers were having a good chuckle at the scene of the cornered 'anglais'.
We bought some things for the table back home from two of the lovely shops. In the second I was complimented on my French which ...