Ibis Budget Frejus Saint Raphael Capitou A8
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the a vine can last for 100 yrs (but they change them after maybe 20 which requires a 4 year fallow period to ensure any old bugs have died out)
Each vine generates 1 bottle (and the chateau supplies 100 000 bottles per year)
It's certainly not just getting a kit or following a basic recipe to be successful.
After all of that it was down to some serious tasting with explanations in French and some English.
... at the little video you can see them in the background. Nice front yard for them. We then wandered back through the old town and had some lunch. Was determined to have fish and chips. Which in French is 'poisson'. Problem is most fish I've seen served either comes whole or is full of bones. Trying to explain what I wanted was difficult but ended up with an absolutely delicious meal of fish and veges with a side of chips (frittes). It had a most delightful citron ...
Had horrible breakfast across the road from where we were staying - coffee the worst yet, so bad I couldn't drink it and it cost about 4 euro - gave her the gift of feedback, in a nice way told her the coffee was undrinkable. She was gobsmacked - didn't understand. That's what they always serve. She was totally perplexed. Walked walked and walked some more today. First off we ventured to the boardwalk to catch the little tourist train that takes you on a 45 minute round trip. ...
Time trials in Nice today & the scene outside our window was an evolving scene from early morning. Tents were set up. Tables for the corporate boxes set. People started looking for the best vantage point. Flags of all nations were either fixed to the barriers or wrapped around shoulders. We taped the "boxing kangaroo" to our balcony then decided it wasn't ...
Since leaving San Sebastian a couple of days ago we've done over 1000km in our rental Ford 'C-Max'. That's right, about the same distance we took almost 6 weeks to walk only a couple of weeks ago! The camino is now a distant memory. We're no longer 'posh pilgrims', we're now more accurately 'curious car-goers'. We did over 600km the first day, crossing the border into France and ending up just out of the fishing town of Sete via Pau and Toulouse. Sete is ...