Pierre & Vacances Residence Cannes Verrerie
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... history, the symbolism of perfume gradually changed from religious to materialistic and luxurious. The Museum had one of Queen Marie-Antoinette's traveling cases. Actually, this case was a decoy that Marie-Antoinette sent to her sister in the Netherlands during her flight from Varennes in 1791 during the French Revolution. Her actual traveling case is on display in the Louvre.
In terms of my museum studies, this museum was not that different from ...
... from the boat’s masthead. If the port authority doesn’t want you there, they raise the price or even deny you access by claiming your ship is too grandiose. This falsehood didn’t stop one boat from being approved to drop anchor in the harbor. The owner of the yacht simply purchased the entire port that evening for 2 million dollars.
After the race, I headed to the harbor to attend a yacht "pre-party" to which I had been invited. I figured ...
... have already learned lessons that a young country like ours could benefit from knowing. Some times it's necessary to move outside our comfort zone. People we have met this trip - a delightful couple who had driven their camper, pulling a Smart Car, all the way from Wales. They were accompanied by their two cocker spaniels, a mother and four month old puppy; a young Asian couple from Vancouver who had to leave on ...
... We then proceeded to peek inside a beautiful cathedral and then went our separate ways to do a little shopping, as Nice has amazing shopping! I wish we had had more time there because it is such an awesome city, but unfortunately we had to then make it back for dinner after just a few hours.
Thursday was spent with Jenny and Olivia doing a whole lot of shopping, mainly buying last minute gifts for people. We then met everyone at a restaurant on ...
Although we didn't get into Nice until pretty late that night (we've spent a lot of time driving on the coach so far which isn't so bad actually, good chance to relax) we had a chance to walk around the city for a couple of hours before the night was over. The first place we visited was obviously the beach! We walked along the boardwalk taking in the sunset and checking out all the private and public beaches we could go to the next day. Obviously rocky ...