Hotel Le Beauvallon
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... all along the coast and the way the forest comes right down to the sea in places. Brendon bought a few more picnic supplies and we had a lovely picnic on the hotel terrace with a bottle of Dolcetto from Tenuta Fagnanetto - it was the perfect red wine for a picnic. The kids had a great play with a little boy also staying at the hotel - I love how there's no language barrier between kids. Now I'm off to watch Germany V ...
... beauty of the Côte d'Azur for the first time and I fell in love. I wasn't actually in Nice because the beaches have pebbles, instead Val and I went to Cannes because it has sand. One of Val's friends that she met a few days prior came along with us which was cool because he knew the area. This particular beach was very relaxed and quiet. We were the only ones playing music; we had to keep our reputation of "loud Americans" obviously. The water wasn't ...
... They were holidaying in the village of Coustellet, a two hour drive from Ste.Maxime, so it was an early start for us that morning. The historic village of Gordes perches, seemingly, precariously to the rockface as one views it from a distance, the stone houses stacked in tiers forever upwards... Stone buildings overlook narrow, winding cobbled streets, each one inviting inspection and, yet again, another ...
I don't know how many thousands of euro's worth of pyrotechnics went up in smoke but I'm glad I wasn't paying for it. It was a magnificent display that lasted about 20 minutes with the best fireworks I've ever seen.
The trip home was a bit of a trial. We'd found where we thought the late bus was going to leave from and establishe there was one at half-past-midnight, so we found a place to have a drink and where Juliet could use a toilet, then ...
... and there were even some glaciers. I had never seen snow-capped mountains before! I can only imagine how beautiful it is when the whole area is blanketed by snow. There were castles in the valleys about every 10 minutes. I've really developed a love for castles.
We got out at a rest stop in Italy for dinner, so I can say I’ve been there! Then we were on to France again.
We got ...
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