- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... Digne. We weren't in the car for too much longer before arriving in the town.
Digne was a lot larger than we had expected. First we went to look at the thermal springs that were in the area. I was expecting it to look like some of the ones in New Zealand – more natural but it was all enclosed within a building. We went inside to get an idea on the prices etc. They did a range of things – massage, sauna, thermal water, aqua gym sessions, normal gym ...
... navy, under the command of Sir Cloudesley Shovell. This was done in order to block the military port of Toulon to help the army of Victor Amadeus II Duke of Savoy and his cousin Eugene besiege that city. Ile St Marguerite (St Marguerite Island) It took The Man in the Iron Mask 11 years to leave this tiny, forested island. The mysterious individual was believed to be of noble blood, but his identity has never been proven. His cell can be visited in the Fort of St ...
... the easel was taken off her hands and checked, only to disappear until Sunday afternoon when it was delivered to our Nice residence.
A Weekend at Werner and Joelle's B&B
Our hosts, Werner and Joelle, were expecting us and Werner came by the airport to pick us up as we finished our baggage claim report.
Werner is German from Bremen and is a very talented artist engineer translator who works for a local communications ...
I have just arrived back from spending a weekend with my dad
in Nice France! What a beautiful city! I was sick for a couple of days but now am feeling much better! I LOVE IT THERE. I found it be a little
bit a European Miami- but with prettier buildings, French food, and the
glittering Mediterranean water. The water itself is so fresh and blue looking
that you just want to spend all day staring at it and bottle it up to bring it
with you. ...
... people. There are people at the college from ALL over the world and of ALL ages, (high school to senior citizens). The only thing we have in common is the fact that we are learning french. Everyone is a different level, so sometimes you'll sit with someone who barely speaks any french, (or English), and sometimes you'll get people who are high levels of French and prefer to communicate in only French. It's a pretty good system, I think.