Pierre & Vacances Cap Esterel Holiday Village
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... the steamy city and the port from Mount Juic. It's a hot place but there's a pleasant breeze all the time which makes it quite manageable. I realize how helpful my french has been up to this point now that I'm in a different country but the people are friendly and helpful and beautiful. After checking in to the best hostel yet (and really central) we walked 20mins thru the city and down Las Ramblas to dinner. Once again, the streets were buzzing and heat just seems ...
... to a new level that night (especially in the empty restaurant), but nothing beats a bar crawl in Paris with your family.. so we didn't care.
Early the next morning, we packed up our bags and headed to the train station ready for a relaxing few days in the French Provence. Again I was impressed with how smoothly our travel plans on the train worked for all 12 of us. Although we did almost miss our stop, and I had to quickly rush my family out of the train and remind ...
... are billionaires. Why not go for a weekend wander along the dock and have a look for yourself?
Of course, if you've got a yacht parked in Antibes or Monaco, you can't just live onboard. You'll need a place to call your own on shore. When we first arrived in Villefranche, I was impressed by many of the homes up the hill from our apartment. I realize now that the wealthiest ...
... with water from a fountain and putting it on my head.
It was a fun, silly moment. I loved it.
The rest of the day was pretty much the same as yesterday.
Walking hand in hand.
Sun on our faces, cameras in our hands.
We shared a banana split on the boardwalk.
Watched the millions of people go by.
We were spoiled for choice for our second day trip. The possibility of Cannes, St Tropez, Menton, anywhere we wanted to go. But Nat had befriended an old man on the plane who had suggested Antibes, I small town right near by. We got out the technology, googled this place like it was Mordor and got together a game plan reading the usually tourist reviews which start with 'DON'T GO THERE, THEY DON'T SPEAK ENGLISH!' Well, I hate to be ...