Auberge du Colombier
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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After 35 hours of travel, we have arrived home. Our luggage however, is having a stopover in Copenhagen and will be returning unaccompanied in a few days ( hopefully). Wish I was having the stopover in Copenhagen instead of my luggage.
This situation arose when we checked in at Nice Airport with Norwegian Air who refused to check our luggage all the way to Melbourne, or transfer it to Thai Air at Copenhagen. We were required to collect ...
Above the village of Sainte-Agnes, and at the end of a very steep climb, are the ruins of a 10th Century castle and garden. This is the highest village in France and has breathtaking views of the coast. We were literally in the clouds looking down on the Autoroute and helicopters flying below us. St Agnes is also the location of a concrete fort and bunker which is part ...
Every (French) Man and His Dog Blog.
During our time in France and Spain, we observed an obsession with dogs, which are permitted to go almost everywhere. We have seen them in supermarkets, department stores, on long train journeys, at tourist sites and monuments, in cafes, bars, restaurants, at beaches, in designer carry bags, and making political statements.
The French are just like the ...
Spent a day in Grasse, the world famous centre of the the Parfum industry. It is a very picturesque town full of museums and boutiques dedicated to the production and selling of Perfume and beauty products. I visited Fragonard about 35 years ago and have never forgotten my visit. The Fragonard boutique is packed full of woman sniffing small strips of perfumed paper and struggling to make a decision.
On Saturday ...
We have returned to France and are now located in a small village on the edge of a pine forest, in Provence-Alpes-Cote-d'Azur, just north of Nice, where we will be based for the next month.
After the day long drive from Spain on Saturday, we took a few easy days to recover and do some housekeeping.
Our new accommodation is a small gite below the home of an Ex-pat English/Australian/French family. Phoebe and her family are very welcoming and friendly and ...