Pierre & Vacances Residence Les Terrasses d'Azur
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... don't break. Ours has been down hard, and we picked it up, dusted it off, and carried on. Bent and broken bits didn't hold us back. We console ourselves that we are in an exclusive club and we know the secret that these other people haven't worked out. We know that they have fallen for the cult surrounding McGregor and Borman, taking the various "Long Way...". We know that we can get around without a computer technician and a backup truck.
But then you ...
The big drive from Italy to France, we chose Carros thinking it was a central spot to visit Monaco, Venice, Cannes etc - a good idea whilst it lasted.
It's in an industrial area and there's nothing around except a McDonalds and a supermarket.
The hotel was not clean, carpets dirty and I wouldn't eat there.
Went to the pool to relax and swim, well swimming was out, the pool was like ice even though the weather was stinking hot and muggy.
... square, plane tree shading cool promenades make these an inviting place to stay. The occasional stone lintel with a date like 1684 or 1757 draw us to wonder what life was like for people in this little hamlet - for all intents and purposes isolated from the world. Narrow cart tracks winding along a river valley or snaking over a mountain pass would have connected them with villages a day or two ...
... up to an amazing view of the surrounding city and mountains. This was as good a place as any to eat lunch - so we found a decently comfy seat in the rocks, pulled out all of our lunch goodies and got to munching. The sun shining down on us, sharing stories from high school we didn't yet know about each other - it really felt like the perfect moment.
We did have to make the trek back to the car back along scary windy highway. So, although the sun was ...
... 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 ...