ResidHotel Les Coralynes
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... t have won but it was the best workout I’d had in years!!!
It was turning out to be a good night. The show in the Princess theatre was also very entertaining. Jimmy Tamley, a ventriloquist act, was extremely funny and original with his Granddad puppet and then followed by a full length puppet, the boxer. Half way through the boxer routine, a string snapped that enabled the boxer to throw punches. I suspect that this was part of the act but impeccable timing and ...
... He wears hipster glasses (but he actually needs them for reading, they're not just clear glass ones). A little stubble on his face, and quite doppy puppy dog eyes, and a hugely goofy smile. I found it endearing. Friday 9 August 2013 So on Friday, Guilliame had to go to work, massive struggle street for him because I think we returned home at about 4am! I'd only seen the house in the night time, so I didn't see the view, but when I woke up in the morning, I had the ...
... in the other, we enjoyed the peaceful balmy night. Tired from our day of travels we called it an early night, knowing we would have to be up early to greet Willy and his friend Marin on their early morning arrival to Cannes the following day. I brushed off my sandy feet and moisturised my sun kissed face, collapsed into my bed (resembling the likes of Marie Antoinette's) and as my head hit the pillow I was out like a light. Au revoir, Mademoiselle ...
young woman. I hope we stay friends 4--eva....!
*All of my other friends and acquaintances as well: Jens, Jolien, Marie-Julie, Abdul,
Meline, Michel, Faycal, and Lea. It's funny how quickly you bond with people when you
are in the same situation.
*My teachers at the EF Language school as they were upbeat, supportive, and excellent
... partly in the narrow road, surrounded by flowers and pots. It was the sort of place I would like to spend longer and have a meal; as it is full of locals and the smells drifting on the air are dribble-worthy.
We had hoped that the cyclists would have turned off, but no. On and on, up hill and down again, there was a stream of them we had to pick off, one by one.
Choosing the minor roads wherever possible, we knew that before long we ...