Pierre & Vacances Le Rouret Holiday Village
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... more! I met some American girls who were studying in Paris. We were dancing and singing all night, it was one of my favourite nights so far! -Day trip to Cannes -Beach day- the sun is good for the soul:) especially after some cloudy/rainy days From Nice we travelled to Barcelona, Spain. We needed to kill some time before Switzerland and, why not in Barcelona. The city has everything! From beaches to tourist attractions, culture, night life and more, Barcelona was a good pit stop. ...
... wandering around. The church was quite large for the size of the village and more in the 'pretty' Rococo style of Italy. Zara explained that Nice and this area was originally Greek, then became Italian and finally French.
We drove through La Turbie which was dominated by a Roman Tower called the Trophy of Augustus, built as a monument to celebrate a victory over the Genoans by Caesar Augustus. Amazing to still be there after 2,000 years.
We drove the ...
... spirit of her accessories was more Ferrari than Peugeot. Although she still had the legs of a racehorse as she rounded the 40 year old bend, showing them off with a little cheek in pink Daisy Dukes tipped the balance away from her being French.
6. La vieille dame in the Caromb bakeshop
One morning when I came in for baguette, I noticed 3 or 4 people standing at the back of the shop, well away from the counter. Unusual, since French people ...
Our day continued with a drive eastward through Nice to the Fragonard Perfumery at Eze, just west of Monaco. Fragonard is a well known creator and manufacturer of scented products that uses flowers and herbs from around the world. The manufacturing facility was open for a carefully guided tour for those without allergies to perfumes, which left me out.
Sunset was near ...
... the boat is actually real gold. The boats might be moored here but most of them are registered in the tax haven that is the Caribbean. Grasse The world's capital of perfume and it produces over two thirds of France's natural aromas for perfume and for food flavourings. Jasmine is of course the key ingredient and the town produces twenty seven tonnes of it every year! Aside from the abundance of perfume museums and shops walking around the ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed