Hotel Les Capucines
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Room service
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Spent the day on Ile Sainte-Marguerite and visited the fort and prison where the man in the iron mask was held for 11 years. The island is about 3km long by 900m wide and is covered in a pine tree and Eucalyptus forest with lots of paths to explore - a lovely day ...
In the morning we had breakfast then me and mum went to make some perfume while the boys were at a park kicking the rugby ball and sweating like heck. I was so excited as I had looked forward to this the whole trip. When me and mum got to the Galimard Studio (a 10 min walk from our apt) we had a look at the shop. There were perfumes, soaps, room scents and more. While we had ...
I finally made it to Cannes! After a long, uncomfortable 7.5 hour flight to London on Thursday, we spent the rest of the day there and all day Friday exploring. Friday night, a group of us took our first trip on the "tube" where we took in the sight of Big Ben and hoped on the London Eye to view London at dusk. I'd have to say that's probably by far the best time to go. It was gorgeous with all of the lights and ...
... Minogue, Mea excitedly exclaimed to me “isn’t it exciting that we saw Kylie!”. Me not so excitedly replied in the one breath “yep can we go now”. There was a sudden burst of laughter as the lady next to me turned and said “you sound just like my husband”. We all had a chuckle and we promptly left (not because of the lady but because we had seen enough and were wet through).
We managed to ...
... main land. The island is famous for its old castle which served as a prison for a long time. It would be even more dreadful to be imprisoned on such a beautiful island. I read that one prisoner, after 30 some years in the prison, chose to stay on the island after being released. And mind you, the island is about 5 km wide and 2km long! We hiked all around the island and often stepped down to the water level to check ...