Pierre & Vacances Residence Les Rivages Des Issambres
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We made if off our cliff top without drama but very tense. Off we trundled towards the French Riviera. We had decided on a camp between Nice and Cannes. It was a stunning trip with postcard scenery along the way, just beautiful. Getting here though was not without drama in the camper. We had just got used to the Italian toll system and knew which lanes to head for just to have to learn a new one. Yep and we goofed, both Chris and I were so busy looking up at the ...
... but that's not my style. I don't boast but I do smile inwardly as I know that I really have made a difference. It might not be huge in the worldy sense but more than one person has said to me that they wouldn't be where they are today if it hadn't been for me. So my life may well not have gone to (my) plan but perhaps I have facilitated so that someone else's life does. I am not sure I could ask the universe for much more.
So as I prepare to return to Cambodia for the ...
... It seems to work because yesterday in Antibes, two (elderly) frenchwomen sorted out my parking and wouldn't take my money!
There are quite a few photographs today and I hope you're able to view them all.
Tomorrow, I plan to venture inland a bit and see some hill top villages I've read about ... and no doubt get lost. Thank goodness I have Sophie with me as company!
... Sanfranier. It is definitely the most picturesque part of the old town. The festival was postponed from last week due to the storms that we had here. It was definitely worth waiting for! The whole square was packed with people. There were a lot of old folks and families. The main attraction: free mulled wine and chestnuts roasted on an open fire. For real! We arrived just in time to get one of the very last paper cones of roasted chestnuts. ...
... none of the flights synchronised with my sisters flights from France so that we could spend a decent amount of time away and I ended up back where I started, dull old Antibes. I wasn’t really keen on going off on my own without having planned things properly and I decided that seeing Amber was at this point more important than a European gallivant because of her busy schedule. It was also perfect because I had a ride to Antibes for free on a Pershing motor ...