Pierre & Vacances Le Rouret Holiday Village
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... ensconced in a little Italian restaurant by then and the rain was no nowhere near as bad as yesterday. After I got my blog almost up to date I started the journey back to the hotel. I wanted to get some Nice photos on my ipad and charge it up as I'd almost run it down. I was rewarded with the mist spectacular sunset over the bay. I missed the sun going down but when I walked onto the promenade the western sky was ablaze with colour, just gorgeous. Finally Nice lived up to its ...
... he stayed on, which worked surprisingly smoothly. Our first stop today was Vernazza, the richest of the towns and one before Monterosso. We walked down to the waterfront and watched these insane local kids ride the smashing surf up onto the concrete pier; everyone seemed incredibly concerned that one would get dashed on the rocks. After that spectacle we walked up to this spectacular view of the bay, from where I think we could see Monterosso. ...
... as well make the most of it and have been having my own little picnics for lunch.
Today I went to Cannes to look around so might do a separate blog about that. I'm not sure what Internet access will be like over the next few days as I'm boarding a cruise ship tomorrow for the next 4 nights. Hopefully I'll be back in touch from lovely ports along the coast soon, ( I know it's, a tough life) then the grand finale will be my Grand Prix post.
... Eze was brief but through many tunnels. You can't run a casino in a country surrounded by mountains unless you have lots of tunnels. When we arrived we negotiated the many steps up to the top of the village. That's what made it not easy. It was amazingly beautiful and quaint. It is perched on a mountain top that originally contained a temple to Isis erected by ancient Egyptians. The Greeks arrived sometime thereafter and then the Romans. ...
We're headed to the mountains!!! Mountains, mountains, mountains!!!!!!!!!!! I'm sooooooo excited to head to the alps. I'm so ready to see some real mountains and something worthy of being called a mountain. Being from Colorado, I found we are very spoiled with the mountains and how beautiful the state is. We're staying in a hostel close to the ski resort, so we should be able ...