Pierre & Vacances Cap Esterel Holiday Village
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... are the dear friends we had met when Samuel responded to a room for rent ad Gwenn had posted at a local cafe near our old home in the hills of Oakland back in 99 - he lived with us for six months and at one point Christelle traveled from France with their cat Zoe, to visit for a few weeks. Our friendship increased over the years with our visits to their home in France and theirs to ours in Bend. They 3 kids, Julie 14, Jan 9 and Anna 15 ...
... loved it! Took my breath away. I think because I have heard about it...and read about it...and seen pictures of it....when you are actually here...you can't quite believe it. I know why you climbed it, Dad. Katrina...sorry..... really should get my thoughts together....They don't have tags over here....we can make a killing....I mean, we can advise the European Community on how to work more economically...Logistics...by God we are ready to go...all that practise at ...
... I'd seen fancy boats in Hammo. No. The Hammo boats were on these super yachts as 'play boats' that were tucked away underneath. Absolutely outstanding the amount of coin in the area. Went on in at the Monte Carlo Casino. Was so close to putting some bets on but I'm sure the minimum was way above my budget! Good to see though, and the cars....so many fancy cars! After we'd been in awe all day, we came home to a feast of chicken and salad rolls. I ...
... they’re orange (bad fake tans!) and they’re everywhere.
- Sipping cocktails in the lavish lounge at Monte Carlo casino – shaken not ...
I left Sete early to overnight at Port-de-Bouc, a seaside sleepy town not far from Marseille. I planned to travel through the Camargue, a vast area of swamps and canals,flat as a pancake, best to be explored on horse back if you got the time. Avoid summer time if you want to go there due to high temperatures and an army of mosquitoes which will carry you away.
I passed through Aigues-Morte, an interesting walled town built in the ...