Pierre & Vacances Hotel de l'Esterel
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... had a lovely walk around the rest of the mariner then up the stairs to the palace. Had some great photo shots on the way up of Monaco and the mariner. Once up the hill we stopped at a lovely restaurant for a late lunch. We all chose veal for our lunch. There was an amazing looking gourmet desert that had 5 different deserts on it (profiteroles, chocolate brownie with chocolate sauce, apple tart, ice cream and sponge cake). Pigs that we are we ...
... the kids finally got to go to the park. I just let them play for almost 2 hours and did absolutely nothing myself. I always love how kids just play with each other, no matter where. Mommies back home - we need to bring the park styles up a few notches, because some of the ladies here are in stilettos, full make-up, and seriously dressed! No sweats/yoga pants or baggy t-shirts or crocs in sight. :) I couldn't get over how small but crowded this city park was; these people ...
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. ...
It's another 7.00am start today, with a half hour walk to a station to catch the "Chemin de Fer de Provence" up the Var River valley north of Nice. It's a small train like a V-Line Sprinter... Just 2 connected carriages, four trips a day, some local commuters but mainly tourists. "Tell me about your uncle's family history here" I ask Liz, thinking we are going to visit some ancestral base. "Oh no ancestors!" she replies. "He used to own a house here that I always ...
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 ...