Pierre & Vacances Residence Cannes Verrerie
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... went to one of the restaurants on the beach, right on the beach. Given it was our last dinner in France we decided to open shoulders and have a good go. So dinner consisted of, buffalo mozzarella, foie gras, salmon, ham and parmesan risotto, seafood linguini, and drank, piña colada's, Long Island iced teas and mojito's. Pack up tomorrow and head to Dubai. Chat ...
... was impressed. What a country of excess but in a lot quieter way than Los Vegas. Oh well we have played our part in keeping Monaco tax free for another year so it is time for bed. Lesson learnt was to take a taxi home as the climb back up to our apartment is horrendous. Our apartment is 170m above sea level and is less than1/2 a k from the beach. The apartments behind us go up 500 m above sea level and that is high when you are so close to the ...
... is enormous and is called the Port of Hercules. The number of luxury yachts and speed boats is mind blowing. We noticed a lot of the boats were from George Town, CI. I enquired as to where that was and it was no surprise to find CI stood for Cayman Islands, one of the best known tax havens on the planet. Well, how can you afford a yacht like that if you have to pay tax?We took a train ride around the city and saw most of ...
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After an early start, we reached Carcassonne at about 10am. This was good because it was August AND a Saturday! Fortunately we were able to park easily at the Aire for Motorhomes and it was right near the old city. What an impressive sight! The Chateau and city walls have been restored to a high standard and that with a group of 'Sealed Knot' types role playing gave a real feel of what life must have been like in the ...
... I looked at an elderly gentleman across the street who, like me, thought the lady had a) seen the bollards and b) had the magic remote to drop them. Turns out we were both wrong as she drove straight into the bollards with a huge crunch and almost trapped her car between them. A look of shock on her, my and the other chap's face she slowly reversed and pulled the car bumper area off the bollards. Miraculously they reformed perfectly ...