Pierre & Vacances Premium Residence Port Prestige
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Pierre & Vacances Premium Residence Port Prestige Antibes
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... got in passport control queue right away after shopping as it took 30 minutes to get through only leaving me with five minutes to get to Gate B and board plane. Flight back was good. Had a sour couple sitting next to me on plane who never passed time of day. Passport control at Manchester took 30 minutes as five planes passengers arrived at same time. Nightmare! And why I loathe flying to and ...
... s else's dime. Wish we had a gig like that. When I got back to our room I googled finding they are an Amway success story. Amber, Desiree and her husband may be on the right track. After our coffee Don & I turned another corner and found the clothing street market. Later the produce market had cleared out and an art market was set up there instead. As I said I had a great time but Don no so.
Don did swim in the Med, ...
... car on into Antibes where we have parking at the apartment and call Europcar. We can keep the car until Monday – no extra charge.
Our new apartment is right in the heart of Antibes on the main street – Boulevard Albert 1er- to the beach. However it faces a quiet interior courtyard, along with dozens of other places. Since it is off season many are empty so it ...
... night). We eventually pulled ourselves together and headed home for roast chook and wine. Another fab meal by the two Andy's (Mandy and Sandy) under the watchful eye of Chef Boris. The meal was complemented by a glass or two of Ricard Pastis...we were trying to be French We adjourned to our upper terrace and we could see the fireworks in nearby Cannes. One team member was heard to mutter something like..."...not much ...
... very tired as I sit and write this, I woke up at 6:30am to clean out my room
and "demenager". My three suitcases were packed full, I’m sure it would have
been a funny sight, to see me wrestling each of them closed. (Reluctantly I
admit, I had to throw away some clothes to get it closed. But I gave my linens
and some of my clothes to the cleaning lady for her daughter!)
Two hours to go, and the train is