Hotel Saint Amour La Tartane
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... do on our tick list - Monaco Grand Prix, with friends, not on a budget and certainly not in a van with trailer!
From Monaco we headed along the coast and into Italy.. We found a lovely campsite on the beach, Camping del a mare, where each pitch was covered in grapevines - perfect! The facilities were fantastic and it was a good find. So now our Italian adventure had begun.....
... more than a tiny pair of rugby shorts on and it was freezing. There was no time to put a shirt on and even with those few seconds saved the ferocity of the rain managed to wet my bed properly. It only lasted about half an hour before it completely died down and was calm as calm could be again. I was a little peeved though because I had to wake up an extra 45 minutes before I had to, to deal with this rubbish! I managed to catch up the lost sleep later on though. It was a ...
... salt and fresh black pepper
Dollop of soured cream
Finely chop the shallot or onion and add, with the crushed garlic, to a pan in which you've heated 1sp of olive oil. Cook the onion until soft, then add the coriander, white wine, salt and pepper. Allow the liquid to come to the boil, then add in the mussels. Put the lid on the pan tightly and allow the mussels to cook in the liquid and their own steam - you only need to cook ...
... spice market in the old town. By now we had thrilling sunny weather, so we were able to pack a picnic and enjoy the foreshore and the beaches, looking out at the fortress and the snow covered Alps.
Antibes is also well known as a place where Pablo Picasso did a great deal of work. We tried to see the gallery but it was closed. Apparently the town had given him a castle to recluse himself in after the trauma of the ...
... back to find the group and came around a corner and saw.........only the biggest market I have ever seen. It had to be two square city blocks and had every vendor from bags, purses, linens and jewelry to olives and cheeses. There had to be 500 people wandering the market. I guess I'll see everyone back at the boat. But wait.....5 monutes into me wandering ...