Pierre & Vacances Residence Les Terrasses d'Azur
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... plan this time around was to drive to Peillon and hike the trail that we accidentally stumbled upon the first time around. As luck would have it, we missed the turn to Peille just barely and as the roads here are windy, narrow and scary to say the least we both quickly changed the plan to find the other end of the hiking trail from Peille to Peillon. Roughly 15 minutes later we parked the car, packed up all of our hiking goods and hit headed in the direction ...
... size kitchen. They have tile floors that look straight out of a tile shop showroom. SOO gorgeous!
All guests were asked to bring a bottle of wine, a bottle of champagne, a bottle of juice and an aperitif for 20 people (an appetizer essentially). I immediately thought to myself, "I should bring a dip, dips are always a hit at parties!" So I googled and pinterested away until I found a blog post written in English and French. After 2 hours of grocery shopping, we had ...
Thursday 9 October
A few different cats and kittens came to visit in the morning. It seems that the village is slowly being overrun to the point where I am sure there are more cats than people.
Had a lovely lunch on the harbor. Bruce had an incredible pasta dish with a light baked
Friday 10 October
We continued our exploration of Triora. We ...
... was beautiful and miserable all at the same time. If you know me well, you know that I love sleep. I can sleep for days and not think twice about it, but I also always have so much to do, and not to do, that I can't waste away the days sleeping. Breakfast at the hotel was DELICIOUS and HUGE, two very important things for me. Box of cereal, milk, bread, croissant, pastry, orange juice, tea, banana, granola. I was pretty happy. After this ...
... It's also market day, and the plaza and and main drag through town are packed with vendors and shoppers. Cuneo is an 800 year old city, but it doesn't feel that way, with a straight boulevard/pedestrian street stretching from one end to the other, end at the cliffs overlooking the gorge, the rest of town is laid out pretty much in a grid like fashion. Being in the far corner of Italy, perched over a gorge, next to the mountains it does have a bit of a frontier feel to ...