Hotel Le Suffren
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... were interested in the markets, scenery, wineries and amazing restaurants and bars. Again, we reminded ourselves, parents of three and this was ‘their’ holiday, after a very long 18 month wait for Ayden, and a very arduous twelve months (well 18 if you include James deployment prior to our overseas posting) for the girls, where seeing Daddy was limited by the demands of the course he was undertaking. With this ...
... We heard some folks speaking English, and struck up a bit of a conversation, asking who they supported in the race. Turns out that one of the guys is from Ireland, but lives in the nearest town. He reckoned that the feed zone would be in the long flat section that was just up the road, so the spot we were in would probably be a good one. Given that he knew the area – and they were nice folks to talk to – we decided to hang out there.
When the breakaway came ...
We had breakfast at the campsite- Por La Mar. Gary took the kids for a run ( some nice hills and stairs) and a swim in the sea. We decided to stop in to Monaco on our way to Nice to drop the campervans off ( yay)!! What a dumb idea- I had googled a parking lot that fitted campervans so we plugged it into the gps and set off! Well Friday lunchtime, two campervans were winding their way down into the centre of Monaco only to find that we couldn't fit under the parking ...
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I did find Cannes to be an interesting town. Walking around the town, you can see that despite the brief period of the Cannes Film Festival that takes place here each year, life goes on in Cannes. There is a good variety of shops and restaurants to suit all price ranges. For restaurants where there is an assortment of menu items other than pizza (the popular item on most menus) these restaurants can be found ...
... I picked up some olives and a traditional chick pea tortilla, which is a Nicoise delicacy. They were so good! I sat on the beach to eat my snacks- it was perfect! I met a fellow backpacker in Antibes, a really awesome girl from Cornwall who came to Antibes to work on the yachts, sail around the world and save money for a house in England! We had lunch together and wandered around the tiny town for a while ...