La Grange aux Marmottes
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
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... hour. We were so fortunate to be on the first and second levels at twilight! It was beautiful to watch the sun set... we also were surprised at how late it became dark. It was not fully dark until about 10:30! While walking back to the apartment we took some great shots back at the lit up Tower. ...
... they took us to another pub they like, a really small packed place that had really good atmosphere. They walked us back to our train station at the end of the night. On the way we passed a blind restaurant. Apparently you order your meal at the bar where there is light. Then blind people will take you into a room that is completely black and you eat in the dark as if you were blind, you have to put your finger in the glass to make sure they ...
... yourself and book a convertible for this part of the journey. The beaches here are pristine and the harbour exquisite, but the real treat in Cannes is the shopping! You have the La Croissette, which is a sidewalk lined with all kinds of shops, and a shopping centre close by that has the major fashion stores, such as Gucci, Armani and Ferrari. After you have spent up, you can simply enjoy admiring the elegant villas that were built in the belle époque era: they ...
... of driving the small 4m tender between anchorage and when we get into port, washing down the boat and helping out as another hand All of this under the med sun in one of the most popular destinations in the world. The pay is great and due to the 24/7 nature of the job I am unable to spend a cent. This six day charter and the forty odd days of work polishing stainless, painting bilges, washing hulls, sanding bulk heads....( you get the picture) have given me ...
... not to gain any. Which is a euphemism if ever I heard one - you gain fat.
Ah, not my favourite subject. Next.
The Terrasson market, always a nice way to spend a Thursday morning.
My Moroccan friend was not there and my big, slow, dreamy, dark, dark African sat sadly at the very edge of the market as if he didn't belong. I met his competition at the heart of it all; a bouncy, wiry, exhilarated, happy West African. A cretin, hallelujah, praise the lord and one ...