Le Virginia M Vacances
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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The boys awoke very excited at the prospect of listening to the All Black's game while we continued cleaning and packing. They were even more thrilled when our friends the Norrises back in New Zealand managed to FaceTime the whole game by recording it live from their TV. The picture quality was really good, although the game was a bit ...
... for swanky hotels and expensive shops. The Promenade has every high end brand name we can think of well-represented there, as well as a number of others that we hadn't heard of before. The hotels along the Promenade are very beautiful, and it is fun to see all of the expensive cars gathered in this small town of 70,000 people.
We enjoyed a stroll around Cannes, and then drove back to Nice for a walk down the Promenade des Anglais. There are ...
... Tower souvenirs etc. As well as these there are the hagglers who follow you everywhere trying to sell you something - a scarf, real rolex watches!! and umbrellas. You have to try to ignore them /but they are really persistent. They are mostly immigrants who are unable to find regular work. Everywhere we go they are lingering.As soon as they see a group of people or a bus pull up they descend like vultures. Hilarious when it threatened to rain, away went the souvenirs and ...
... on a guided tour of the cave. The tour was in French but we were given a written English translation which was helpful. That was followed by a guided tour of a well-preserved French Chateau, Le Chateau de Barben. It was also very interesting to see how wealthy French people lived over the past 500 years or so. The guided tour was also in French with a written English translation. Our final destination was the village of Saint Remy de Provence which had ...
... up so high that you felt there was nothing higher. Some of the roads were very close to the edge of the mountain, too eerie to look down even. At one particular look- out ,we stopped to take a look around. Another car stopped as well and Rick and I did the usual " bonjour" greeting which was responded with a very American " hello ". They were from Florida and are travelling through France for 3 weeks. Nice to chat with them. ...