➪ Secret French Riviera Read ➲ Author Jean-Pierre Cassely – Varanus.us

Secret French Riviera A Game Of P Tanque Played With Square Boules, An Astonishing Aerial Well, Stained Plastic Windows, A Marble Bench Built In Memory Of The Queen Of England S Haemophiliac Son, The Instruments Of The Passion Of Christ, A Cannon That Fires Cherry Stones, A Good Luck Pig, A Mysterious Pyramid, A Monument To Secret Agents, An Entire Village That Moved House , A Gas Mask For Horses, A Statue Sculpted By Saint Luke, A Chapel Showing The Dead Rising From Their Tombs, A Trapdoor In The Nave Of A Church That Opens Onto A Rushing Torrent, A Restaurant In An Orient Express Railway Car, Babar S Beach, Tintin S Black Island, And Sleeping Beauty S Ch Teau, A Chance To Admire The Riviera S First Pair Of Naked Breasts, Or Spend The Night Sleeping In A Tree The French Riviera Is Not Limited To The Clich S Of Its Beaches, Private Yachts, And Luxury Hotels For Those Who Know How To Leave Behind The Beaten Paths, The Riviera Is Full Of Surprising Details And Curious Sights It Will Even Amaze Its Inhabitants As Well As Visitors Who Think They Know It Well.

➪ Secret French Riviera  Read ➲ Author Jean-Pierre Cassely – Varanus.us
  • Paperback
  • 256 pages
  • Secret French Riviera
  • Jean-Pierre Cassely
  • English
  • 15 October 2019
  • 9782915807196

    6 thoughts on “➪ Secret French Riviera Read ➲ Author Jean-Pierre Cassely – Varanus.us

  1. says:

    Hidden gems along the French RivieraA small, handbag sized book stuffed full of interesting things to do I took this with me whilst visiting friends in Mougins, which proved to be a good, central point for exploring some of the unusual things on the French Riviera We set of for the les de L rins and explored the islands, looking for the Cannonball Oven heating up cannonballs and then firing them at the wooden boats in days when people invaded by boat not like they do now, of course meant the boats would easily catch fire and sink There is of course the cell where the man in the iron mask was deemed to be held The Little Wall of the Conscripts at Grasse. oh my And the Tour des Danys, at le Cannet that is quite an original building The book is divided up into sensible sections so that you can explore by area And on my next visit I am off to see the little Romanesque elephant Or the Little Good Luck Pig at Callian And a trip to Monaco is up next There is a huge amount of detail in the book and will serve us well over several visits.I speak as a real convert to the series and there are coming out all the time so keep your eyes open for one that will offer you the extra insights into wherever your journey takes you next

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