Le Coteau Fleuri
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... thing is that we payed nothing to come swim here. It was free, which I thought was dumb because the government could easily make money out of such a beautiful place. I would recommend this place to everyone who likes to swim and enjoys their days outside taking the sun. This place is also a great place to take picture in. The were countless things and ways to take pictures for those that enjoy taking shots of our environment. ...
... France there are a lot of French peeps but Carol is still "The Frenchy"
With my family I visited some cute old villages like Eze, Mougin and Biot. Hilltop views magnificent. Funky art. Did some ocean rock climbing... Even my auntie came - probably the only pregnant women traversing that kinda terrain... Yea my family is kinda hardcore :-P
Played maybe a million different board games with the kids... True meaning of exhaustion. ...
... Lasagne for tea
at Ben's friend’s house also a Nottingham student with two other girls from
Nottingham living in Cannes, turned out we had no milk for the white sauce...so
ended up using chicken stock...it wasn’t as bad as it may sound!!! Then we
cracked open some champagne and wine before heading out. We walked along 'la
Croisette' which is the sea front in Cannes, with all the posh hotels etc, and
ended up at a club called Baoli. It was ...
... much as Tuffet regrows her fur after a summer clipping.
Carole most graciously relinquished her coveted front seat to me—apparently my skin had turned an even deeper shade of green than had hers—and we continued on to La Chartreuse. The road grew yet skinner and twistier, which was quite challenging for some of us, but had the positive effect of requiring slower passage. Though the sun was brilliantly shining, the light grew dimmer as ...
... maar weer gehesen want de motor dded niets meer. De wind werd steeds zwakker tot hij helemaal ging liggen. t werd donker en ik kwam maar niet bij de kant. om 1 uur `s nacht begon het opeens lichtjes te waaien vanuit het noorden en toen kon ik al zeilend ankeren op 15 meter van een rotswand en ff pitten. dit was me niet lang gegund, want 2 uur later werd ik wakker door onwijs schommelen van de boot. buiten komend opeens hoge golven en een 180 graden gedraaide harde ...