Sous les Pins
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... stay awake for as long as possible and I did! I was able to see us travel from the city to the country side. I found it so interesting to see so much graffetti on the walls of France. I finally feel asleep on the bus.
When I woke up I was surrounded by beautiful mountains and we were in the valley of it. It was beautiful out and I was able to get away with not wearing my jacket. I was wearing a dress and a kamono and I was excited to wear such spring fashion ...
... wrong time. Naturally we'd planned our trip so we'd be there at the right time, but stern warnings about a place's dangers tend to stick in one's mind, even if you know you're going to avoid them.
All went smoothly, as expected, although the number of boats trying to make their way into the marina at once was quite alarming! Nonetheless, we navigated through the sea of yachts towards the visitor's berths, the sun ...
The only reason we ended up in Lyon was because it was the closest big city to Switzerland on our way out of the country by train. I booked us an Airbnb place, and we arrived just after 6pm, in the pouring rain, tired, cranky and starving (the last one was mainly me). Our host, Gaetan was a nice young French guy, and our room turned out to be bigger than the pictures led me to believe. Plus there was a supermarket down the ...
... nylons, pointed spike heels( shimmery gold) and a large purse on her shoulder. She was my age. NOW you get the picture. I was worried about her many times on our walks through these 13th century villages because they were hilly and cobbled with bear paw sized rocks. I had big flat shoes on and had to concentrate on not falling. Poor Tamara minced her way up and down on I'm sure painful feet but she never said a complaint. Good for her! ...
The morning started very nicely waking up to the smell of freshly brewed coffee after a much needed rest, we awoke regenerated and reinvigorated. It was as if D had realised we needed some down time and had left us to our own devices last night. It was great to start the day with a great laugh when Ron locked himself in the toilet and couldn't get out. After twisting and turning the handle, pulling the door to take the weight off the lock and all sorts of prayers he ...