Pierre & Vacances Premium Residence Port Prestige
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... and 'ran for the French border'!! Once in France I pulled over and waited for Gilly and Les. They turned up after about 15 minutes. I later found out that Gilly had managed to explain to the attendant where we had got on the toll road, the fact that no tickets were issued and a negotiation of the fee which was €17. Gilly also informed me that he had paid my fee!
We had a quick visit to Monaco which is our 8th country on ...
... I had a good chat to Tony about he Tour de France, French hospitals, AFL and Bastille Day. I was delighted to have been picked up in Thailand by the esteemed Paul Kell. Success is hard to describe, we knocked off some *******es but fell to an easy one on World Cup history. In our shattered state we wandered the streets of Juan Les Pins in search of salvation.....an ice cream. Some signs of party preparation for ...
... and could into business together, preventing crime. The un-named woman checked her purse, and nothing was missing....the pick-pocket did not have enough time.... I sat in my seat, with my back-pack behind me for the rest of the train ride.... Time flies when you’re on a TGV. With peak speeds of 320 km/h, TGVs carry millions of passengers a year--who like the quiet ride, reliability and safety the high-speed trains have offered for ...
... downtown of Nice then on to the hotel. The tour operator had arranged a laundry service but we had to have the clothes bagged and named as soon as we arrived. There was some frantic scrambling for bags and then we were able to go up to our room and relax. We now had a free evening to find our own dinner. Daryl, Liam and I decided to go along to the town square and do our best. We found a restaurant that had the dishes explained under the name and I felt confident enough to try ...
... back to Port Grimaud. This town was built in 1964 and has been designed to look much older. Each house was built and the details recorded as each one is different and no two are the same. A bit like Venice a lot of the streets are linked by canals, so as you can imagine there are a large number of boats present in various sizes. After the obligatory ice cream and more photos we made our way back to the van to plan the next stage. We have noticed that the wind has ...