Pierre & Vacances Residence L'Ange Gardien
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... we stopped was for ice cream cones and also a candy & cookie shop. We wandered around a little longer before heading back to meet the bus.
We drove past Villefranche on the way to Eze which is a medieval town. We stopped in Eze for lunch at a restaurant called Collette Café. We were served nicoise salad, bread then entrée of chicken with mushrooms, roasted potatoes and green beans. Dessert was ice cream with a raspberry sauce.
... This church is dedicated to St. Rita, the patron saint of desperate causes. Forgive me, but I almost laughed out loud when I saw this arm sticking out of the pulpit and holding a crucifix.
Regaining composure we ventured back onto the narrow pedestrian lanes. This is probably the most “Italian” area in France and the Place Rossetti is its crown jewel. Colorful umbrellas frame a fountain in ...
... saint of fishermen. Cocteau was a friend of the fishermen. He was a film maker, artist, poet, novelist. He died in Paris in Essonne in 1963 of a heart attack on the day prior to Edith Piaf, but since it was not reported until the day of her death, it was always said that his heart failed on hearing of her death.
Dorothy and I decided to walk up higher into the village (more stairs!!!) to see what the views were like up there. This is by the Moyenne Corniche - there are 3 ...
... topics. Afterwards there were questions from each member of the class. The questions seemed to take an eternity, but probably only lasted for about the same time. I don't have any photos of this torture, but instead include some photos of our class in action. One photo shows the language lab, where we spend an hour each day talking into special tape recorders. The lab ...
This entry covers how the Institut de Francais works. It's terrific. There's 60 of us, broken up into 8 classes. We are in school from 8:30 till 5:00pm with two meals provided and cups of tea and coffee during the day. We aren't allowed to speak anything other than French and are encouraged not make calls or texts in English during the day. Well actually, we're fined if we're caught. During the lunch, one of the professors (..French for teacher..) sits at the table and has ...