Pierre & Vacances Residence L'Anse De Pramousquier
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... it was too late - she and hubby were already leaving. Just as well, my French is awful.
The brownie was delicious, the best I've ever had, as was the coffee. When we were done we descended on FNAC.
The replacement camera was easily found and a total bargain I believe – though I don’t recall the price, I was busy fiddling with its features.
With the new camera already charged we farewelled FNAC and set off in search of something to ...
... These were actually a lot tastier than they sound. Thankfully. Above the old town sits a lookout point, so off hiking up the hill we went. In reality, no worse than walking up hills at home. However, had I been one of the girls on the contiki tour, it may have felt like a hike. We had fantastic views over the city of nice, over the beach and across to the airport. Well worth the walk up! Of course on the way home, I had to ...
Shopping day in Nice.
Walked up through the main shopping area to the train station (Gare). To collect our tickets for Thursday, just in case there is a malfunction or we are in a rush for some reason trying to catch the days 7:27 TGV train to Lyon. Unfortunately we only brought Megs digital code for the tickets, so we ...
... the sun or tanning. I think she's just laying low and has something planned. It's quite a plausible story too if you've ever seen her and her habits. After walking around and exploring the park we headed to the beach for our last to get our tan on for awhile. We popped a bottle of wine and celebrated our last day on the beach. We decided on three things about our future: 1) Michelle is coming to Montana next summer on my family vacation and then ...
We have been in Nice for three days and after some rain on the day we arrived, finally the sun has appeared and we have been able to get around in shorts and sandals. Of course being on the French Riviera, this is as it should be. Nice is a quite a large city but has a charm to it, probably due its history and its position on a bay on the Mediterranean Sea. The seaside boulevard, the famous Promenade des Anglais, has a lot of historic buildings, our favourite being ...