Pierre & Vacances Residence - Pramousquier
Travel Blogs from Le Lavandou
... to stay home.) Also, I have discovered...Monks have had a really bad time around here. Monaco was able to become a Principality because the current day Prince Albert's great, great, great, great, great, great Grandfather landed here in his boat and killed all the Monks who had previously thought it was a great place to live. (I may haver under/over estimated the number of 'greats' there.) He was also a sneaky fellow....dressed up as a Monk...went up to say hi...and ...
... moonlights as a translator from French to German and vice versa. Joelle is French and a homemaker and airbnb host par excellence, who is busy with her two children, 9 and 14, as well as with making incredible homemade whole grain bread, marmalade, carbonated water and a host of other delicacies we were treated to for breakfast on the patio each morning. I can only say WOW, it was such a great experience--especially after being in a more hostel like environment at our ...
... Sintra. Least Favourite Building: the Christian part of the Mezquita de Cordoba, the rest of it was stunning. Best Thing to surpass my expectations: the weekend in Cap Benat What hasn't lived up to expectations: Monaco and Eze Favourite Experience: No way to choose, there is a one almost everyday. Least Favourite Experience: Overnight train from Barca to Paris while sick. Never again! Songs that will remind me of this trip: Ai se eu te pego by Michel Telo, Balada ...
... they were packing up still. We wanted to throw 10 euro in each at the casino but it didn't open till 2 and we felt like peasants and there isn't mush to see so we went back to the beach and fell asleep.
Staying here for one 2 more nights then on a train over to Italy and we've got a walk in 3 days that goes for about 6 hours but its ment to be amazing.
Thats it for now the Hostel has a free Champagne night
Over and out. ...
... before a big push northward through Lyon and Dijon toward Paris.
April 5: Eze, then Dignes
In the morning, back down to the Cote d’Azur from our hillside campground, about 40 minutes through Nice and suburbs to the hill town of Eze. We wanted to see Eze one more time after visiting at Christmas of 1991 when elder son Jeremy attended a college program above Nice. Eze is smaller than St Paul de Vence, but the views are directly over the coast: ...
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed