Pierre & Vacances Hotel de l'Esterel
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... OLD quarter was right there, so had a wander in - lovely hanging baskets dripping with petunias, and water misting dropping right across the little lane - lovely linen being sold and “just SO old buildings - leaning in together …town of great charm , Grass spreads out over shallow hills , as though relaxing in the sun or perhaps guarding the perfume meadows that have made it famous. In the square there is the statue that commemorates the Artist Jean -Monare Fragonard ...
... in fact, there was a bit of theme to this day), we did finally find the place, and pulled in for the night. This one was a little more scenic. Still essentially a parking lot, but this was at least a gravel lot amongst some fields, next to the village tennis court. There were a couple of other campers there, with come friendly folks who pointed out where the jetons (tokens) for the service point could be purchased. And naturally, they were closed by that hour. No ...
Today i took a break from visiting historical places, and other things. I went to the beach in Agay. Agay is a small village and coastal resort on the Cote d'Azur, on the coast between Saint-Raphael and Theoule-sur-Mer.
So far this is one of the best beaches I have ever been to in my whole life. I was able to swim and get some sun, but I did not get sunburn. I was surprised because my skin is very sensitive. ...
Nice knows how to party. Even though the weather is a little cloudier and nippier than hoped for we are being kept entertained by all the visual stimulation. (And not to fear--we're eating well to ...
Can't believe it's 6 Sept already... We got up promptly and took the car to a little local garage to have the tyre looked at by a mechanic who spoke no English. He pulled the nail out, it was tiny and had hardly penetrated the tyre at all, huge sigh of relief. We had a quick breakfast in a cafe in Agay and then headed off to Eze on the A8 (going towards Monaco) which took about an hour and approx €8 over 4 tolls. The original plan ...