Pierre & Vacances Residence Les Rivages Des Issambres
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... of it now but not at the time. Onward we went only to arrive a chosen camp to find it fully booked for next 8 weeks, not too much drama as we had a second choice which luckily was just down the same road. So here we are and this time it is less than a km to the beach on the flat. Train station is at end of road to Nice, Monte Carlo or other direction to Cannes, so for this reason we will probably stay put for 3 nights. I will post more photos tomorrow. I ...
Just to introduce my next blog.
I have booked to fly out December 29th and return February 11th 2013.
This is a snippet I have carried around for a while now...
"To leave the world a bit better, whether by a healthy child, a garden patch or a redeemed social condition; to know that even one life has breathed easier because you have lived - that is to have succeeded."
I could happily down tools now and say that I ...
... problem in France, there's very little evidence of it here in the south.
The French have been very good to me by the way. There's not a lot of English around in terms of road signs, train timetables, menus, etc ... and parking meters. So I've been stumbling along with labrador eyes and my stock phrase: "Palevous Anglais" and then I break into english with an afrikaans ...
... it was. We had a delicious lunch on the quay right next to the water. When Nicolas got bored, we took two steps over to the water and fed the fish. Needless to say, we loved Villefranche and were so glad that we went to check it out. The next day, we tried to explore Cap d'Antibes. We thought that since Nicolas had a cold, we would stay close to home. It was a disaster. There are no walking paths in the Cap. Walking around out there means taking ...
... to the car park, fiddled with the machine (that spoke to us but neither of us could understand), Juliet managed to work out how to use the ticket to scan in the machine, which duly unlocked the door to let us in. We got the car, drove up the various levels to the exit, then realised we somehow had to validate the ticket to enable the barrier and the door to open. Fortunately, I had the €8,80 in shekels to feed the machine and do the ...