Pierre & Vacances Le Rouret Holiday Village
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... station. Our only option was McDonalds! Yuck! But it was what we had to do, there was no complaining! We quickly ate our meal and tried finding a taxi. Of course the one time we want a taxi, it is no where to be found. We walked all the way to the port, looked for about 20 minutes and still couldn't find a taxi! We began to panic since we really did need to get to the train station. I went into a hotel and asked if they could get us a taxi, but within ...
... we had a time crunch still, and toured the mansion at a much more rapid rate than we all would have liked. We are already planning on going back later in the spring to see how the gardens transform throughout the seasons.
We did finally make it to Villefranche around 4pm for a very late lunch. The sun was thankfully still brightly shining, so our tardiness for our lunch date in no way affected the beauty of the area. We sat along the ...
... the beach at Monte Carlo. We then dried our feet! We had dinner at the hotel and Wendy had the most expensive hamburger ever (32euros - about $48) but it was very tasty and came with chips. It was probably much better than dinner the previous night. We had great sea views and a pianist. Macdonalds had great views and noisy kids but the burgers were about a fifth the price! After dinner we decided to walk off the food ...
... Cream Shop. There were 92 choices of ice creams, so it took everyone some time to select, but it was worth the wait. Some interesting flavours on offer were beer, mojito, kinder surprise, rose, lemon meringue, cactus, thyme and tomato-basilic. We headed back to the car, resisting another dip in the fountains and made the trip back to Grasse for a BBQ dinner. We all enjoyed Nice and my guess is we will visit again sometime in the future. By ...
... up to a national celebration, with crepes. So we made crepes, with the assistance of Mohammed, one of our classmates. One thing was clear, Mohammed had never made crepes before! Mohammed comes from South Sudan where he's a vet. His primary animals for care are camels. Outside the camel community, Mohammed is better known as being married to a famous Sudanese TV and theatre ...