Hotel Le Beauvallon
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... at home studies or taking a course from a local linguist.
It can be dry and not enjoyable. This does not have to be the case.
All consumers: pure beginners, false beginners, dummies, people with very rusty and dusty French language skills
Now have the option to enjoy a holiday in France and learn this popular language in its native country...
... of it taking two hours at busy times to drive the 20 or so kilometres to St Tropez. Tomorrow will tell. By the time we'd checked in, unpacked, and showered, it was 7.30pm and we decided to eat at the hotel restaurant. The meal was nice. We opted for the three course menu for 33 euro set price each plus drinks. Ang's drink went to her head on an empty stomach and she was even chattier than usual with the other guests, a French couple beside us, and a ...
... desert was “mousse de fromage blanc à la crème de marron,” creamed chestnuts with a fresh white cheese that’s sort of a cross between yogurt and quark. And of course there was wine and espresso. Culinary heaven over the Réal Collobrier! After this Provençal feast we drove back to Taradeau, where we were invited for drinks on the terrasse with Felix, Ina, and Lisa. The company, and the view over the valley as the sun set, were the perfect ending to a perfect ...
... to the palace but we wandered the streets below, looked at the attractions on the waterfront (where you can even have a foot treatment by plonking your feet in an aquarium and little toothless fish come and work your tootsies over - all on full display in front of interested passers-by) and other intriguing attractions, then a bo-peep at the shops (most of which were closed, it being Sunday).
... the streets!
Alright, so the bus drops us off in one of those very narrow streets which are very typical of small European towns. This one has a lot of activity from the start, with boulangeries, shops, and people walking up and down non-stop! We followed the street until arriving to la Croisette, the main avenue that runs next to the beach, and where the main 5 star hotels of Cannes and fashion boutiques like Louis Vatton ...