Inter Hotel Panorama
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... excitement and anticipation for the season (little did I know what lay ahead ...).
Lovely, relaxing day. St. Paul de Vence is an exquisite medieval village and artists' colony. We strolled through the streets and marveled at the beauty of a town which has attracted so many artists: Braque, Chagall, Picasso, Cezanne, Renoir, to name a few.
We couldn't decide where or whether to eat lunch, so we opted ...
... one & asked if he was going to the station . He beckoned us to board so we did. Within minutes he pulled up & every one got off. " finish" he said. So by the time we found another bus 3.30 had been & gone. As I type it is now 4.30pm. We have been waiting for the bus to get us back to Cannes for nearly an hour!! Ray has been bored out of his brain!!! But at least I can say I have been to ...
... de Monte Carlo. WOW. Rich ville! Ferrari's, Maserati's lambos and rolls Royce as
common as the commodore sedan in Newcastle. They were beautiful and in
their abundance around Monte Carlo. The crowds thrived on them.. All
lining up to get photos with them and pretend they had money. The
dreams. I loved them all! Into the casino we were in awe - so beautiful!
And in we went with our moolah... Uh oh!!
I went on a blackjack machine and was winning but got greedy.. ...
... and cloudy out. The hostel is really well located about a block from the beach but also a walk able distance from the train station. Its nice and air conditioned, provides towels, a good breakfast and also mats, towels, umbrellas and floaties for the beach! For dinner I went with some of the other girls from my room ...
... Monday 25th July 2011
After breakfast and saying goodbye to Ed and Vanessa who are taking the long drive home after a little shopping detour to Italy we headed off to Grasse for the first time. Parking easily in the underground car park by the bandstand and perfume houses we started to explore. First of all we went to the Perfume museum of Farigard. I thought this may not be my cup of tea but it turned out just as interesting for me and it was for Lorna who ...