Résidence Open Les Pins Bleus
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... we literally had to drag him out of the shop. He has now decided that he is going to become a 'nose' , train in Versaile and create perfumes for a living. You know something....I just wouldn't put it past him. !!! We spent a lovely evening in Old Antibes. We bought the little uns bubble guns and they had a wonderful time terrorising all the other kids on the square. These are the kind of evenings that memories are made of. ...
Today was our last day in Paris. :( The weather was not supposed to be nice so we decided to head to the Catacombs via the metro. We go an early start so that the line was not too terribly long. It seemed like it took a while to get inside, but we finally did make it inside. After a long trek to the underground, we finally began to see the skulls, bones, etc. It was kind of creepy and David and I agreed that we were sure that these people ...
... or tears of pain of the fools who were trodden on by so many but I'm sure tears were nearby. At least I'm not too short so I could see the fluffy hats and the faces and a little of the red jackets... Tan just saw the very tops of the fluffy hats. All in all, I would recommend getting there about three hours early and nabbing a much better spot than behind lots of stupid people. We mosied up to one of my favourite parts of London, Trafalgar Square where we stood and ...
... in, me for an hour of sun, Phil for some visual exercise. Apparently I had chosen a better location than yesterday for visual stimulation. Phew!
I did venture into the Mediterranean after some time. The walk across the stones is awkward, but not as difficult for me as the woman trying to walk along the beach in platform shoes. What was she thinking? Water temp was pleasant but the only wave that comes in for the last metre manages to pick up the rocks and belt you in ...
... a man angrily entered our room. He closed the window, threw his luggage onto the floor, a bag onto his bed and began moving around his pillow and throwing additional blankets onto the bed. Alexis and I just sat there paralyzed. Why had he shut the window?! And why was there a man in our room?! Wasn't this a woman only room?! And why was he so angry at life?!
Turns out that our room was co-ed (just like the bathrooms at KFC, as Alexis and I walked into the ...