Pierre & Vacances Residence Costa Plana
Travel Blogs from Cap d'Ail
... br> 1. I am absolutely terrified of French drivers. Their cars are small, but they still cant manage to stay in their lanes...or in the street.
2. I am 100% dependent on the Internet. I feel lost and weird without it.
3. I will eat almost anything in order to access the Internet, but I draw the line at a McDonald's burger with goat cheese. Those two smells should never, ever go together.
4. I ...
Today most of us had a very early start, waking up anywhere from 2-7, you can definitely tell jet lag is hard to shake. The wonderful breakfast this morning consisted on a variety of breads, croissants, meats, cheese, cereal, and fruit cocktail. Accompanied by cute sized warm beverage or orange juice. We were formally introduced to our bus driver today, il s'appelle Peter. Our first jaw dropping sight today was the wonderful city of Monaco. We walked around and took ...
... beach life, and meeting yet two more Canucks, Lyndsay and Katie we headed back to the hostel, where I would meet up with Kirk and Wes from Bordeaux. We made best laid plans to get early nights and be up for Monaco at 5am and grab the best seats I had scoped out. After catching up on each other’s travels and talking with Katie and Lyndsay I headed to bed at the early time of 1:30am, oops!
Sorry no pictures today as I didn’t take my camera to the ...
... have a healing energy about it. My friend Angelica even commented on it, she isn’t Christian but is "spiritual". Afterwards we got lunch; I was told that the bulls that they raise in that area are a specialty of that town. So I ordered the sausage de Toro. It was ok, it tasted like sausage, My friends both got much larger and more delicious looking meals. Making me wish I had gotten the pizza like ...
... by the end of that day. The next day, yesterday, though down the French Canadian guy, and the roller derby Canadian (they had to go home), we took a trip to Monaco. We walked up a massive hill to the palace which was kind of lame. Then, had a lunch that was much much better than the previous day's lunch then went to the Musee Oceangraphique (or some-such) which was suppose to be quite good. It really really was QUITE good. There was an ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed