La Bastide Saint Antoine Jacques Chibois
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Travel Blogs from Grasse
... pointed at the end. I was purely blown away by the way he showed me how to use it, the way he layered oil paints over and over really made me think how I could try this effective technique. It had so much depth but at the same time was disguised by the colour he used. Getting back to the car, Ben and I had been far too well behaved. It was now very tempting to do something very mischievous in the untouched city. Before I knew it Ben jumped on one of ...
... map of the city , all in English, which helped us a lot. We were hoping to catch the Petit train de Grasse first, this takes you around the city, and walked to the place where it was supposed to leave from. We soon found out that this would not be the place , the whole city is celebrating the Rose Expo for the next three days and all the main stands were being erected at the Petit Train departure post. We walked around for a bit and had ...
... you had seen everything in France it surprises you again. The charming square was decked out (sorry!) with brightly coloured deck chairs and overhead with what appeared to be steam hissing from small pipes. This turned out to be a perfume steam spray and it scented the whole square and gave what we assume was an intended relaxing feel to the square as you sat there. Can't see it catching on in England but as an advertising ploy for the town it was very effective.
... the trains welll weren't that big and were really old... (Bee - thanks for introducing us to Paul - have found it a few times and still really enjoy the baguettes and the rest :)) . and it took about 12 hours in total.. so over it when i arrived and thought a cab to the hotel was well deserved even though not far away and yes it cost a fortune .. $20 euros for less than 3 kms .. with baggage.. so think we'll be walking to the train station in the morning ...
... the school and the prospects of being a "nose".
The stay in Grasse was not only really informative but also a really special time for me to have the chance to meet with Anne Catherine and her charming husband David as well as her son Simon and his girlfriend Charlotte. I am so glad we managed to catch up.
PS Anne Catherine persuaded me to buy a new camera as I still have places to visit so the photos should be better quality in the next blog.
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