Le Provencal Hotel
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Well, I thought we were in Nice but we are actually staying in Antibes, France right across from the harbor. Our balcony looks over to some amazing water and even more amazing boats! We got into Nice about 11:30 and was picked up by Gema(Hemma) and Manuel, the bus driver. We were the first group of 5 to arrive so we had a free day once we got checked in at the Hotel Le Collier in Antibes, France. Got unpacked and then went on the walk to see the sights. ...
... the tickets for the 1 October trip from Perpignan, France to Barcelona, Spain. We decided to do the business first and on the way to the train station saw a hair salon. We went in and they could take Ang straight away for a cut, colour and blow wave. It cost 124 euro - when converted, the cost was similar to what it would cost in NZ. Ang was there 2 hours and enjoyed watching the comings and goings and chatting with the staff and customers. Craig got the tickets - 70 odd euro ...
... and lapdogs and have a collection of them at the table.
Bern is gathering ideas for the garden again after this little jaunt. Heaven help us.
The Villa Kerylos was built by another rich Parisian who was an avid Hellenist and a member of the French Academy of Fine Arts.
He built a replica Greek villa on the shore of the sea as a holiday home.
Beautiful place and not a piece of Ikea to be seen.
... 100 gardens in France - to be honest they looked a little 'tired' when we saw them but again perhaps the copious rain that has been had in the area has curtailed the opportunity to maintain them. From the top of the walls we were able to see one of the many reservoirs which control the flow of the river Rhone, and even from some distance we could clearly see the turbulent waters at its base. Tomorrow we are heading to Le Castellet, a small town we visited some ...
... He took our orders, entertained us with stories of his family and cooked our meals. Absolutely brilliant. After lunch we head back down the hill and had to reverse back up two or three times to let other vehicles past. Needless to say Mum was not looking and not that happy. Getting to the bottom of the hill we decided to visit the Villa de Rothchild. I don't know what mum did to Nancy but she directed us to what can only be called a goat track with asphalt. Once ...