Pierre & Vacances Residence L'Anse De Pramousquier
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... wonderful Cote d’Azur, with its twisting coastal ...
My papers were finally approved and I started work on Wednesday which was fine but exhausting. You know what it's like in a new job. It takes it out of you because there is so much to remember and learn. And its tough getting back into the swing of things having had a good long holiday. Also I'm finding I have a problem with my eyes. The screens are so far away (there are 2) and I am having trouble seeing the ...
... of the Casino Monte Carlo instead!
As I was walking towards the bus stop, I saw a park next to the cliffs. I started wondering under the shade and noticed there were many bronze statues. They were all very pretty, but one particular one caught my attention. It was a woman who was hugging and weeping at a soldier’s shoulder. The man’s face was blank, there was no expression, yet full of emotions at the same time. I sat in front ...
... like a near fatal mistake within a couple of hours. Food poisoning is never fun, but when you're away from home, staying in a cramped, windowless dorm room full of strangers in a dingy hostel, and climbing in and out of twenty year old metal bunkbeds in the dark, it seems much much much worse. We are really lucky and glad this has only happened once so far.
So after a sleep-in and a very slow start to Wednesday, our one full day on the French Riviera had lost ...
... town with a huge castle perched above the beach and township. We approached our walk a different way from our last visit, and followed the old cobbled pathways up, that lead to the fortified ramparts that hugs the sea wall. There in front of us was a procession setting off from the church ,down to the port - another Saint to be revered and remembered- with the men carrying the said ”Saint” (looking colourful, but very wooden),on their shoulders in a row ...