Club Med Opio Provence
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... it wasn't until after I got changed into my togs and jumped in the spa that I found out it was infact cold. Not just a bit cold. Like freaking ice cold. Lesson: test your water temp before plunging in!! Needless to say I was over the wishful thinking of hot water after that. I had a nice night by the pool with people from the tour, the bar sell buckets of cocktails which were quite nice, completely tacky but nice. Looking forward to exploring Venice ...
... Our day started at the hotel with a pretty good breakfast ... Probably the best one yet, or at least a close second. Thankful for the opportunity to sleep in slightly, we left the hotel around 9 a.m., heading for Monaco. This is by far one of the most beautiful places in the entire country. Every time I am back here it makes me think about running a cute little store and living here, but I digress. On the way to ...
... I think I did ok. The girls in my department seem really nice. Christine in charge of the department is lovely. She is French but speaks really good English but cannot manage to pronounce her h's. Viktoria is Yugoslav and she speaks fluent Yugoslav, French, English and Italian as well as having a good knowledge of Russian and a few other languages. She is very smart. And the other person is Dani who is Australian from ...
... 100 meg per week for a pay as you go card for 20 euro, and no opportunity to increase this. Even the staff at vodaphone new this is entirely inadequate for a traveller using maps and viewing web pages with lots of java usage, and he simply shrugged their shoulders to provide another solution. To compare when we were in Poland for instance, we could purchase a sim with 2gb for the equivalent of 10 euro for 10 days..... It is an eye opener to see how backward these ...
... at right angles to the vehicles. We even watched a young woman with a child on the back, riding her motor bike down the footpath as the street where we were negotiating was gridlocked.
This afternoon we took a car journey to St Paul De Vence -(G & me had visited in 2004).
A hilltop village that was important in Roman times and equally important in the early years of Christian France. In the ‘wars of religion, the town was besieged by Huguenots , but did ...