Pierre & Vacances Premium Residence Port Prestige
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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A fairly leisurely day yesterday. We headed off early to get a good spot at the free / public beach. Marg and Boris jumped on a local ferry to go to a nearby island. The rest of us arrived at our local beach around 10am and it was so empty that we had room for the four of us plus maybe a metre....Aussies would describe it as packed but we saw "packed" the previous day. There was even room for some locals to have their ...
... old and bad boobs.
Back in Biot, I bought 2 bottles of Scotch, had a few before heading to the amusement park next door. It wasn't too bad. It turned out to be another "quiet night"... On my way to bed at 3am I passed 2 guys who were still in fine form and still in full swing who had just come back from attempting to ride the horse in the paddock next to the park. Nutters.
Early start tomorrow. 630. ...
... his way by Robert, and quickly sitting down in the seat behind Priscilla. Priscilla spoke to the woman in the next row up. "Mam....excuse me, do you have a red purse???"... By this time, Robert turned around, grabbed the purse, as the man fled from the car. All of us were shouting, "Stop that man!", and a couple of the train officials took off after him... He was not caught. Robert was teasing Priscilla, that they are now the crime ...
... stay dry. Scot guessed there was a storm west of us that was causing the swell, and we certainly saw it this morning.
We also awoke in France, instead of Italy, and love to hear the romantic-sounding French language spoken as we walk through the shops and hotels.
Amazingly enough, after three hours of rough weather this morning, the skies cleared up and the day turned out to be quite nice for strolling around Cannes and Nice. Cannes is quite ...
... bananas for me. The town was beautiful, and we both thought it had a lovely feel about it and not touristy as Le Castellet had. Surprise, surprise we took a number of photos, before we stopped for lunch, where Ei had a salad and I went for the ham,egg and cheese galette, washed down with a shandy. We had planned visit a museum on local culture but despite the sign stating its opening times it remained closed. So as the train had returned we jumped on and made ...