Hotel Le Vieil Amandier
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and anabolic steroids. It was ridiculously big, and normally I would spend hours in there perusing, but I was tired. We were hunting for something for dinner and Sam came up with the goods – Hooray for Sam. Lapine (That's Rabbit) casserole on an end of day markdown. That makes for 2 of my most memorable meals being markdown specials at the supermarket (I will always remember that delicious gammon shank from the supermarket in London ...
Safely out of Monaco and on the motorway, we headed in the vague direction of Nice, with Deb searching for campsites on the web. We headed towards Opio to our chosen campsite, only to find it was full and instead ended up at Gorges du Loup, with incredible views across the valley.
The campsite was great, big enough to have ...
... colourful provencale patterns.
In Moustiers we had our daily café au lait and took directions to Lac St. Croix. We headed off in the general direction of the lake with the intention of driving into the Gorge. Suzi was map reading (!) and issuing directions based on the road signs. Consequently, we had a very nice 5 mile drive up a hill on the wrong side of the lake. We did find, however, a large field ...
... the thick forest. Short of swimming upstream there didn’t seem any way to see more of the waterfall. Following a bit of a track downstream we came to a tiny cascade then a larger one about 6m high and it was quite pretty. The guidebooks description of an immense waterfall makes one wonder just how small a small waterfall would have to be, or alternatively just how he would describle Iguassu. Lots of olive groves in this area.
© Lynette Regan 16th August ...
... and I wanted a smaller car. Getting a smaller car was not a priority for Hertz they decided that seeing they had a car with Italian plates and we were going to Italy, we were taking it with us. To set the record straight I booked a Class B car which is an equivalent of a Yaris. They upgraded me to a class J.
I had said all along on the holiday that I would love to drive an Alfa Romeo but had never had an inkling to buy one. ...