Le Mas de Pierre Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Tennis Court
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... not allowed to take photos. This place was pretty grand and we were all feeling like little fish in a big pond, with marble pillars and old art work. We walked through and had a look at the tables, but didn’t see any obvious “whales” but then we didn’t get to go into the private betting rooms. We had a loo break and they were pretty flash too with self cleaning seats.
From here we headed across the road to a flash hotel and had a ...
... I am so not going to be hot ever again! (People told me at dinner that I looked hot though....not sure if they were concerned for my welfare or really liked the new dress. I'll check with them tomorrow....not sure a lot of them will remember though.) Dinner at the hotel tonight...very funny night. Up early tomorrow.... Highlights of Florence. I am going to see David. Wow. Hey Katrina, had a thought.....don't mention the tag thing.... I can drop that bombshell in my ...
... is a collection of water-focused rides and slides. The rides are very fun and so is the wave pool, but the lines take forever. On the first ride we went on we waited 45 min and when we got to the top i couldn't go because there can be only two people on a float. But all the other rides were very fun. At the end we went in the wave pool where there was an ...
... Sue of course had to visit. The highlight without doubt was the Musee Chagall which featured paintings of Marc Chagall, one of Sue's favourites. In the 1950s, Picasso said of Chagall, "when Matisse dies, Chagall will be the only artist left who knows what colour really is". The gallery houses a series of seventeen paintings illustrating a biblical message which were painted by the artist specifically for this gallery. They are very large and it is easy to see why ...
... St Paul de Vence at dusk. Lots of narrow streets, galleries and interesting shops, as well as many residential homes and restaurants. We had dinner sitting outside on the terrace. Really quiet around the streets at the moment.
Home to our little haven on the hillside. We have been so lucky with the accommodation we have chosen- thanks to Tripadviser, Booking.com and various travel ...