Hotel Mas de Vence
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Over the few days we were together we managed to see quite a lot of the Cote D'Azure and a few of the small hilltop villages. Among them was St. Paul, perched on a hill, with narrow alleyways running between two and three storey houses. The only problem came when leaving, when we failed to find the ...
... as the "Je sais tout" (I know everything), a play on the letters of their first names, and possibly, their opinion of themselves). Theo was fascinated by Ancient Greece, and contracted an architect to recreate the splendor of that time and place. Isadora Duncan, Sarah Bernhardt and his neighbor Gustave Eiffel were frequent party guests.
Across the water from Reinach lived ...
... Belle Cherie and the body moisturiser which smells sooo nice! (I could smell that one lol although I double checked with Gemski to make sure it did smell good haha) We left about 11am and headed to Nice. It was such a nice warm day. Gem, Ella, Jordyn, Abbey and I just walked around the city and took some photos and just chilled. We had crepes for lunch, I had a seafood one which wasn't bad and Jordyn and Abbey's were nice too. In the afternoon ...
... 8220;a young and pretty nurse” to minister to him. A suitable candidate, Monique Bourgeois, applied and was chosen. She gave him tender care and, inevitably, ended up as his model. Then she decided to enter a Dominican convent in Vence, acquiring the name Sister Jacque-Marie. The newly minted Sister asked him if he would consider designing a chapel for the convent which, at the age of 77, he agreed to undertake. He designed not only the building ...
... we headed west from the village toward our old neighborhood, Notre-Dame des Fleurs (Our Lady of the Flowers), I told Carole and Manfred about what we used to call "The Stonehenge Bakery." This was a mysterious site just off the hilly road that was dominated by huge stacked granite blocks. For 6 ¾ days of the week it was totally unoccupied, but on Monday afternoons it suddenly came to life: Cars began to park in the little dirt parking area just below ...