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Travel Blogs from La Colle sur Loup
... windy bends; obviously not that fast but it just hung on. It was a shame that I didn't take the 60 minute option as we were stuck crawling along behind trucks, buses, etc! When we got the chance to go it took off. It reminded me of Clarissa in some ways, four wheels, left hand drive, etc! All in all it was an experience of a lifetime for a bloke who never aspires to having such power or a desire to race. It was just a great inner sense of contentment and ...
... a few bars and it's sooooo good. American candy is ****. I think I'm ruined and maybe that's a good thing haha. Fun facts Solar panels are all the rage here. But people use the panels and sell the energy to France. I've never heard of that and don't quite understand it. 9/10 toilettes do not have toilet seats. It's weird and it makes me question why we even have them if we don't need them. And the men's stalls are sometimes in the same room as the women's. Also there's ...
... us so we boldly decided to drive into the town and leave the car in a tourists carpark but with nothing in the car and even showing any potential thieves that there wasnt anything in the boot which we uncovered deliberately!
We spent a full day in Arles just walking around and looking at their tourist attractions like a really old ampitheatre like the Coloseum in Rome, and also another special historical site which was a very old theatre and essentially ...
... turned up), hair slicked back and trendy sunnies to boot!
Saturday morning after our run and ice bath, we went for a stroll into Old Nice in the morning to grab some supplies from the Markets and coffee. Along the way we encountered another great candy shop (I think the picture says it all) and managed to be part of several wedding celebrations! We had to fight our way ...
... water is surely living the dream. There were other locations to jump from but the highest was about 50 feet or so. It was about a 4 hour journey and we were all moderately tired afterwards. Philip and I ended up getting back to our hostel together. He is a genuine great guy and absolutely hilarious. We got word of a Toga party at the Garden upper hostel and were super excited. The last toga party I went to was in college and they are an absolute blast. Philip and I made it up to ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed