Hotel les Palmiers
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This morning the Navman wasn't working.
It was saying 'no maps can be detected'. We didn't use our kind words with it when it took us to Florence the other night, and now it seemed to be sulking and on strike.
We had to resort to reading signs on the road (not our drivers preferred navigation method) and we were considering getting the road atlas out that Roy & Jo lent us.
Clint stopped to refuel so Dan & I were trying to read the manual and we were ...
... the lovely hillside villa.. . Ste Maxime is one of the many seaside towns along the coast.... all buzzing with happy holiday makers, music, shops,and, of course, restaurants... One does not eat early here, but by 9pm the restaurants are full and the evening iswell and truly under way. We discovered that oysters, and a glass of Rose at our favourite bar was the perfect aperitif as well as a great opportunity to do ...
... Gorge and opened the most heavily used route from Germany to Italy. The Silvretta Hochalpenstrasse supports a hydro-electric scheme to rival the Snowy Mountains. There are too many stories to tell here but a little more detail on one famous pass should provide the flavour.
By the time of Roman hegemony, a mere 2000 years ago, there were well established routes over the mountains. The towns of Aosta in Italy and Martigny in Switzerland have extensive Roman ...
... to the palace but we wandered the streets below, looked at the attractions on the waterfront (where you can even have a foot treatment by plonking your feet in an aquarium and little toothless fish come and work your tootsies over - all on full display in front of interested passers-by) and other intriguing attractions, then a bo-peep at the shops (most of which were closed, it being Sunday).
... 20 seats in it we are all waiting--all 300 of us. They literally left us there for over an hour with no AC and they would not open the doors. No one could be bothered to tell anyone what was going on--they just left us there. At 3:30 I asked this guy, a worker if he could give us information he said to me "who told you to come here? Why don't you go upstairs and wait?" At which point I told him MY TICKET TOLD ME THAT I HAD TO BE HERE. ...