Les Prairies De La Mer Riviera Villages
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... language, the also enjoy a stay at one of three comfortable accommodation from a room with half pension or with breakfast only , to self catering Apartment we provide at reasonable rates ,or hotels you can find and book yourself online at : http://www.saint-raphael.com/en/accommo dation/hotels
On their down time in the afternoons, they can enjoy leisure activities ...
... more so in his element, as he guided his son through the task. I had to pinch myself, here we were, with our three children, on a boat, navigating our way through the canals of a beautiful port in the French Riviera…
After our canal boat ride (even if the boat was not million dollar, the experience certainly was), we indulged in some gelati and then returned to the car. On our way home, we discovered ...
We hurtled down to Dover from the North East of England at breakneck speed to catch our 7pm Dover-Calais P & O ferry, all the time thinking of the wide open spaces of France's autoroutes.
The sun was going down as we made the sleek one and half hour crossing. We gazed in awe at the pink and blue sky with deep reds around the blazing sun.
"Hope the weather's good," I said. And I was granted my wish.
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... person arranging themselves for a day at the beach.
We lazed around on our towels for a little while, then had a shower, got dressed and went for a wander around town.
They had an interesting little market down near the harbour with some genuine antique type merchandise. Julet took an interest in a particular watch (montre) but the bloke wanted 40 euros for it and I was reluctant to fork out ...
... and gaze at the beautiful yachts. In Nice we strolled around the old town which is beautiful and friendly. Such a difference with Marseilles, where the streets are dirty and the people arrogant. Before we headed out we changed clothes, as we needed to look a bit more presentable for dinner. We managed to change in the parking garage which was kind of funny. Before dinner ...