Hotel le Relais d'Agay
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... just as much fun to be with for the 4 days we spent in Forcalquier.
The beauty of traveling by train and to remote areas away from the big city and the consequent tourists is the ability to rub elbows with locals at places they frequent and that we would probably never see had we been driving or taking a bus tour.
Mane and Forcalquier - Mane, population 3 thousand or so was the village Samuel and Christelle moved to ...
... is so going to come in handy. Arrived Montecatini at 5.30pm....immediately asked directions to the nearest dress shop.....I was so hot. Anyway...shot down the street..a left, right....wait for the train at the railway crossing...left...found the most wonderful shop where the shop assistant and I got the giggles trying to mime to one another...(get me away from France and the new language totally escapes me!)....anyway...bought 4 dresses. Yep, 4. That's 4. I am sick of ...
... m sure Grace Kelly indulged in a chook now and then? In the evening Ryan had invited us out to a restaurant that a few people were going to, it was all you can eat mussels. By this time Han was at the gym, (first hostel that has one so she took full advantage, and Jade was munching on a jacket potato and chatting to new friends!) Cait and I decided seems as we were in the French Rivière and it was our last stop in France for a while, we would get ...
It was quite an effort to get up out of bed after a late Saturday night in Nice, however we were motivated to get on the road for the rest of our French voyage. "Arriverderci" Ventimiglia in Italy, and "Au revoir" Cannes in France. On route to Cannes we took the coastal road and drove through the city of Monte Carlo in Monaco. It is a beautiful city, flashy and adorned with expensive cars, shops and massive motorized boats. It was great ...
... The surrounding stone walls are 1.7km.long. There are lovely streets, plaza, boutiques and cafe bars attracting thousand of tourist each year.
From Port-de-Bouc next day, my GPS suggested that I continue to the Cote d'Azur via the tollways. No, no I said! I am sick of motorways, let's continue on ordinary roads. You don't have to guess where I ended up.....right in the chaotic traffic in the centre of Marseille. At one stage I was ...