Download PDF by Louise Simpson: Frommer's Provence and Cote d'Azur With Your Family

By Louise Simpson

Great relatives journeys you are going to bear in mind eternally

ultimately, a commute consultant for households that tells you ways it reallyis. See the easiest of every little thing, with professional suggestion from mums and dads that might provide the self assurance to organise a enjoyable and encouraged journey.

together with your relations has the interior wisdom for uncomplicated breaks, packed with thoughts to final an entire life.

  • Immerse your self in energetic road gala's
  • See 1000s of butterflies or stopover at a chicken resort
  • Create your individual exact body spray
  • Discover works through recognized artists together with Picasso
  • Plus: the easiest sights, foodstuff, drink and lodging
  • Also: plenty of evocative photographs and nearby maps

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At the lower end of the price range, it generally comprises croissants, preserves, coffee and (often watered-down) juice, while at the top end the content is similar but the quality and quantity is superior. Either way, children (and adults) may find French hotel breakfasts monotonous after the first few days. If breakfast isn’t included in the room rate, eating at a nearby café—and there are 41 11/1/10 2:05 PM 2 Planning a Family Trip No-frills Hotels Strategically located near airports, train stations and motorway junctions, France’s no-frills hotels are not places to spend more than a night or two.

It also runs a good seaside service between Menton and Cannes. However, to explore the region properly, particularly the Camargue, Haute-Provence, the Vaucluse and inland parts of the AlpesMaritimes and the Var, you’ll need a car. Expect to pay about 30€ for a single ticket from Marseille to Nice (about 21⁄2 hours), and 14€ for a child aged 4 to 11 (under-4s travel free on a parent’s lap on all trains, unless you want to pay for an extra seat to ensure you have sufficient room). However, if you’re travelling with at least one child under 12, ask about the Decouverte Enfant offer, which gives a discount for up to five members of the party.

Fr (with an English version) will give you information about routes, toll charges, service stations, rest areas, restaurants, petrol stations and hotels along the way. It even works out how much petrol you will use to get from one place to another. 7 FM) broadcasts live traffic information on motorways. Don’t drink and drive at all. 05%. The speed limits are 130 km/h (80 mph) on toll motorways, 110 km/h (68 mph) on dual carriageways and motorways without tolls, and 90 km/h (56 mph) on other roads except in towns, where it’s 50 km/h (31 mph).

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