Residence Le Village Marin
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- Swimming pool
- Pets allowed
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... marina to ogle at some more yachts most of which are super posh and huge complete with jets skis, posh speed boats as a tender, hot-tubs on the deck, staff in matching uniforms busy cleaning and polishing everything in sight, loads of chrome and teak wood all immaculate. So ostentatious. The marina led onto the promenade along the sea front of Cannes so we strolled along there just looking and watching until at the far end we reached the Palais de Festival where they do the ...
... fend off put the fender between us, and the neighboring boat. Just as I was doing that, the stern swung starboard, and I was there with yet another fender to protect us there. I glanced over at Jean-Pierre, as the three of us were going in four different directions, and saw Jean-Pierre just watching all the commotion from a safe distance for him......! Wow.... I could not believe it, as I grabbed another fender and returned to the port side of Milena. ...
... style. The impressive part is that we are on Day 2 of resisting the soda package and don't seem to even miss it (well, I don't any way, can't speak for both of us). Not a total truth tho cuz we have found McD with ice cold Cokes and free WiFi gratis in both our ports, but more on that later. Around 130pm we set foot on French soil-the Paris airport doesn't count because it was more like concrete, or raised walkways. A few hundred feet ...
... to make a decision get on or not. Simple you would think but in the gloom and confusion that is Gare du Nord metro, we were frozen with indecision. Then Lindsay just got on which made our minds up for us. We got on just as one of the sweaty Frenchmen decided he was on the wrong train and tried to get off. The doors closed on him and his case, trapping him and preventing his friend from getting off at all. We prised the doors open enough to release him ...
... many tourists.
To my son's chagrin, the overly French tour guide continued narrating the whole trip back as well.
He asked "Why do the French have to end everything they say with a question mark?" "The flowers are not in bloom because it is summertime, yes? We go back now to the ship, yes?"
And that French sterotype? Wrong, again. The people of the South of France are lovely.