Pierre & Vacances Le Rouret Holiday Village
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... to find somewhere to parkas Mikey showed off his driving skills once again and got round many tight corners. Once was even so tight that he and the boys got out and moved a car! They just lifted it up and moved it onto the kerb slightly! It was hilarious :) Once we got to our accom we settled in and then went to dinner all together. We had Niçoise salad, beef bourginon and profiteroles which had ice cream inside. ...
... views, and we were in Monaco!! Of course our map wasn't detailed enough to find our hotel so we just cruised around and found ourselves on the Grand Prix track which was pretty cool. James enjoyed driving through the famous tunnel, and the kids recognised parts of the track from Madagascar 3 and Cars 2!! They are setting up already for the race so there are barriers and grandstands all over the place. There is also a major tennis comp on this week, the Rolex Masters so some ...
... worthy of another tip!
Our first class cabin seats 6 people. Our luggage took up most of the limited overhead area. Hope this doesn’t cause any problems with any passengers who may join our cabin.
The train departed on time and the journey followed the coast until Genoa. Peter and I dozed on and off whilst the train rocked us gently. Only one other passenger came into our cabin. Phew. Lucky.
... would get up early to grab a place on the beach, we gave ourselves a well deserved/needed lie in. But when the daily Angus alarm of "Guys it's 10 past 11 we should really get up" sounded we quickly sprang into action and within the hour we had bought twenty pains au chocolat between us and were on a train to Cap D'Ail which is where we had been tipped off about a lesser known beach by, you guessed it, Nicole the receptionist. Angus seemed to have a lot of questions to ask her. ...
... so respected. There is also a wonderful documentary about his life and although it is in French, we were able to follow a lot of it from his early childhood in Russia and subsequent time in Paris and then finally in Nice.
We also visited two other galleries, the Musee des Beaux Arts and the Matisse Gallery. Of course, as would be expected both were being renovated and we were only able to get into a few areas. Ironically the Musee des Beaux Arts ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed