Pierre & Vacances Hotel de l'Esterel
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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At 10am this morning we caught the number 400 bus from the Promenade to St Paul de Vence. We looked around the shops and town then had a late lunch (when we had an appetiser of snails, just to say we had them) and looked around some more. We caught the bus back to the Promenade and bought our cakes on the way back to our room. We were back about 5pm. We had a cup of tea then went out to see about getting a manicure. ...
What an exhausting day! Ray & I started the day with a power walk along the Promenade des Anglais then we headed to the cours Saleya ( markets) to pick up some fruit & veggies . Then off to the supermarket for more. Whew!! Back to the apartment & the kitchen to prepare pasta sauce AND Salade Nicoise. Been a few months since I have cooked. I am exhausted!! I might need an extra glass of wine tonight to recuperate . We found ...
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 was nice. It's actually the best way to describe it. I could really feel at home at the hostel. Forget all that travel pressure and just head to the beach. That's why everyone, myself included, kept booking extra nights. The hostel and Marsellie did initially give off a rough vibe. A ...
... All cleared up (and things arranged in case of another downpour) we headed out of Agay for St-Tropez. We took the D559 as it basically went door-to-door, but the traffic was absolutely awful, painfully slow pretty much all the way. Having taken so long to get there, we continued on past St Tropez to Pampelonne Beach which was recommended by the Lonely Planet as being a good one - and we agree with them. It's very big for a Med beach and we ...