Pierre & Vacances Residence Les Platanes
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... buttons trying to get it to wake up. It came to life when Clint restarted the car. Phew!
We punch in Nice, and we are on our way.
It is a bright sunny day. We are sad to be leaving Italy. Clint and I had been keeping up with the news in Paris. We hadn't spoken to the kids about it yet. Meg is worried.
The landscape changes and we cross the border into France. The Renault is home - we we!
We drove through Nice and then onto Monaco. We parked and ...
... with us.
The two weeks went by, one perfect day after another, sometimes full of sights and adventures, sometimes just relaxing at home, enjoying the villa and then wandering down the hill in the evening for dinner in st. Maxime's or catching the ferry across the bay to St. Tropez .. Magical..
and unforgettable... Every single moment....
Thank you, thank you, Michel and Elianne, for making all this possible.
... had long departed and the proprietor and I were left alone to finish tasting (perhaps not the best word here but...) each of the six beers made in his brewery. Somewhere along the line, Papa Marcello had fixed me a bowl of a local speciality noodle topped with the bresaola. I then discovered that I had arrived in the middle of the annual three day Sagra Die Crotti (Festival of the Crotti). Tomorrow, if I wanted, I could go to some of the crotti to eat ...
... and feel the divot detach from it's unblemished neighbouring turf.
When we got to the uphill section going back towards Mougins village, Juliet was worried I was going to have a heart attack. It was very steep and went on a fair distance but I just slowed my pace and struggled on up.
We stopped for a drink at the pub on the way back. We imagined it would be shut being Bastille Day but the joint was jumpin'!
Late afternoon, we caught the bus down ...
... built on a hill top for strategical purposes as the city expanded from its establishments in the islands. A fort was built on the top called Chateau de la Castre along with various buildings that were later replaced by 19th century houses. In the present, the castle now is a museum with exhibitions of various origins and styles. Today the castle is now called "Le Musée de la Castre"
Finally, as the night owl that I like to be, we ...