All Suites Resort & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... minutes, Chandler found one for us! He drove us to the train station, and we walked around looking for the ticket counter. Once we finally found it, we didn't know which line to be in, so Weston stayed in the "Another day's departure" line and we stayed in the "Today's Departure" line. We got to the front, told the guy our situation, and he said since we had the Eurail Pass, we didn't even need a new ticket! We could just get on! We had just wasted ...
... a walk along the sea wall to check out the harbor, and see if we could find any other giant farm animals. The harbor was fabulous, but no such luck on finding any other overgrown meat. This does bring up an interesting observation we have made. After being attacked by seagulls in Gibraltar the other day we have noticed the seagulls over here are huge. Small Bald Eagles with an attitude. I mean they could eat our seagulls at home as a snack. So back on the ...
... we made it to our town with three minutes to spare and started the next phase of our journey - Italy (again).
All in all our tour up the coast of Spain, through France and into Italy was lovely and fun and adventurous and tiring and once again - we feel so blessed to get to see and do all that we get to see and do.
We can't wait to share our apartment and town experiences with everyone!
... our own. The beach is actually quite interesting as it's all pebbles, no sand to be seen anywhere... After Nice we continued driving to what we believed was the highlight of the day, Ese. This is a tiny medieval town literally built into the sides of a cliff in approx 1306. It is just so scenic and quaint. Around every corner is a little cafe or restaurant, a shop or accommodation.. The town actually had no ...
... can go back to the last village and be dumb tourists asking dumb questions! Not too far back, we see a sign to Peille, indicating 5kms...yup, turn around again! We finally get there at 7, an hour after we had said in our message to Dennis. He'd told us to park in the carpark (there is only one!) and call him. First challenge is negotiating the almost 180 degree turn around a tree to reach the carpark - in front of an audience of locals enjoying outdoor ...