Hotel Mas de Vence
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... and playwrights coming here to get inspiration. Apparently the place has so much good art that celebrities like George Clooney and Angelina Jolie come here rather than the huge museums to get their fill of art and not be accosted by fans.
After exploring the town, we drove to Cannes and simply went to the beach. We got ourselves a little spot on the sand, slathered on sunblock, and just relaxed for a while. We ...
... normal;">It is a shame that so many years passed by with little or no contact, because at the end of the day, they seem like quite a nice bunch, as relatives go. I have been 'advised' by the family lawyer to be careful of what I say!
But, maybe it is because we have had so little contact, that ...
Today today was a very relaxing day. Breakfast at 9am then off for a long walk. Back for the bus at 11.30am. We drove to St Paul. A beautiful walled city. The home of many famous artists. Currently it is full of art galleries and specialist shops. We went into an underground cellar where they had some amazing bottles. I saw a bottle of cognac that was priced at 1500 Euros. Didn't buy anything.. Then onto a perfume ...
... for them and a huge achievement considering this is only their 2nd year on the tour. Gerry had asked us to organise a last minute 1 hour welcome drinks reception on the terrace that afternoon which turned into 2 hours, which in turn led into the welcome dinner. Other than breakfast in Lyon, the food was fabulous.
2 JULY - NICE
I think the highlight of the tour for most people was the TDF Team ...
... The ride to the airport was made in stone silence, except for the monotonous drone of Manfred’s GPS: “in 200 Metern links abbiegen... in 1 Kilometer rechts abbiegen.“ I hoped that the calm mechanical voice was trying to convey imperturbability and reassurance. But more likely, it was mocking our ridiculous attempt to race to the airport, check in, get boarding passes, go through security, be cleared at passport control, find our gate, and ...