Hotel La Grande Bastide
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... It was ok though, found some shelter under a big tree with a bench and waited it out. I sat there for about 45 mins and just listened to the storm, had some more bread and cheese then stripped off my extra clothes so they wouldn't get wet and ventured out into the rain to make my way back to the hostel. Relaxed at the hostel for a bit and had a shower. A girl in my room is from Tunisia and when I came out of the shower she said "saha!" with a big grin on her face. She went on ...
... screaming at the top of my lungs! Finally, when it was done, we got off and saw our parents laying on two lounge chairs. Then Abby and Hannah went on a slide and me and my Mom went to a little area like a pool.
We took the train home. That was my day. ---Pearl
P.S. Please look at the pictures we posted for Marineland!!
... unfortunately couldn’t even eat their main by the time it came out. After sitting for a little longer waiting for the food to digest it was time to then do some shopping. After looking around at the shops buying a couple of things it was time to head back to the hotel to rest up and get ready to head to MONICO for dinner and gambling!! Dinner again a 3-course meal it seems that’s all that you get over here. A nice restaurant down ...
... in the afternoon sitting by the pool at our hotel, doing some research and planning for the next few days.
We had dinner at a lovely little restaurant not far from our hotel- Villa Nicholas Juste. No English version of the menu here! And the gorgeous waitress (who reminded us of Denise!) had very little English. So we ordered 'blind', after a few quick sneaks in the French dictionary. Divine ...
... t the biggest village buit the medieval part was very inetersting and the views again were stunning. We had decided to walk down a mountain path and then catch a bus to mono, so agin our group split up with some going straight to Monaco by bus. The walk down took about 45 minutes and was a bit rough but the view from the different perspectives was worth it! At the bottom we were really hot and sticky so decided to go to the beach for a quick splash around ...