Hi Gabriel, I received your phone message. My clients had a wonderful trip and Mrs Winters said that everything was perfect, so I assume the part that you arranged was perfect, too. She was very busy when she returned and I never heard details, so that is all I know at this time. Thank you for assisting with this at the last minute. I really appreciate all you did to make their trip special. Regards,
 
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Ralp, I’ve just ran through the itinerary in greater depth with Linda before sending it to the client. Great job!  We love it and hope the client does too. You have understood the notes and the clients requests. Thank you. Always a pleasure to work with you. Best, Brendan

 

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The Côte Fleurie

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From Cabourg to Honfleur, the Côte Fleurie (Flower coast) is a 40-kilometre stretch offering sandy beaches, cliffs, and very popular and charming seaside resorts, such as Deauville, Trouville-sur-Mer, Cabourg, Houlgate, and Villers-sur-Mer.


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From Cabourg to Honfleur, the Côte Fleurie (Flower coast) is a 40-kilometre stretch offering sandy beaches, cliffs, and very popular and charming seaside resorts, such as Deauville, Trouville-sur-Mer, Cabourg, Houlgate, and Villers-sur-Mer. Long fine sandy beaches great for relaxation are also perfect for fans of invigorating walks. The numerous villas dating from of the end of the 19th century along the Côte Fleurie (Flower coast) provide wonderful evidence of the era's fashion for sea bathing. Walkers can find a particularly large number of villas dating from this period in Houlgate.
Between Villerville and Trouville-sur-Mer, the scenic Normandy coastal road offers numerous viewpoints of the coast and the Seine estuary.


La Grande Maison de Bernard Magrez**

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La Grande Maison de Bernard Magrez is one of only two 2-star restaurants in Bordeaux. Chef Pierre Gagnaire at the helm, accompanied by his faithful right-hand man Jean-Denis Le Bras, run Bernard Magrez's starred restaurant in Bordeaux.


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La Grande Maison de Bernard Magrez is one of only two 2-star restaurants in Bordeaux. Chef Pierre Gagnaire at the helm, accompanied by his faithful right-hand man Jean-Denis Le Bras, run Bernard Magrez's starred restaurant in Bordeaux.
La Grande Maison is one of the few restaurants to be awarded 2 stars in its first year! Thanks to passionate work and a close-knit team, the restaurant has quickly become one of the best restaurants in Bordeaux.
Just like the starred cuisine offered at La Grande Maison, the wine list of our starred restaurant is unique in the world. It includes all the Grands Crus Classés of Bordeaux as well as the Grands Crus Classé of Bernard Magrez; Château Pape Clément, Château La Tour Carnet, Clos Haut-Peyraguey and Château Fombrauge.


Driver at disposal in a Mercedes E class

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Mercedes E class for 1 to 3 people with driver at disposal


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Mont-Louis

Mont-Louis
On December 18, 2019

Behind its 3 km of ramparts, on 39 hectares, the smallest commune in the department of Pyrénées-Orientales - and one of the 10 smallest in France - hides treasures of modern period bastioned architecture recognised by UNESCO for its exceptional value since 2008.


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Behind its 3 km of ramparts, on 39 hectares, the smallest commune in the department of Pyrénées-Orientales - and one of the 10 smallest in France - hides treasures of modern period bastioned architecture recognised by UNESCO for its exceptional value since 2008.
 
Located in the lower part, under the Citadel, the city, or civil party, was initially planned by Vauban to welcome merchants, bourgeois, craftsmen, tradesmen and a barracks.
 
The city's defences (ramparts, bastions and half-moons) were built at the same time as the Citadel. However, with the urbanization within the city walls, residential houses were built fifty years after the inauguration of the square.
 
This system of military fortification allowed the city of Mont-Louis never to be besieged. The only real threat was a battle at the Col de la Perche, 3km from the city, in 1793 and the only Spanish attempt was repelled before it had even led the assault.
 
From now on, heritage signage will allow you to stroll through the city to discover its history and architecture.

Chalet Divinity

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  • No of Guests :10
  • No of Bedrooms : 5
  • No of Bathrooms :5

Available for rent on a weekly basis

The newly built luxury chalet Divinity is located in the Mont d’Arbois neighborhood of Megeve. It is adjoining another beautiful chalet des Sens.


 


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The newly built luxury chalet Divinity is located in the Mont d’Arbois neighborhood of Megeve. It is adjoining another beautiful chalet des Sens.

 

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The newly built luxury chalet Divinity is located in the Mont d’Arbois neighborhood of Megeve. It is adjoining another beautiful chalet des Sens. Both chalets can be rented together. Spread over 3 floors, Chalet Divinity features five double bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms, suitable for 10 adults. The large living areas are beautifully furnished, and the leisure area is very well equipped with all modern amenities. It offers an indoor swimming pool, a hammam, a private fitness room, a shower and a bar. There is also a ski room with boot warmers and a garage.

 

Location

Located just 700 metres away from the closest ski lift, Télécabine du Mont d'Arbois, this chalet is within close proximity to the ski slopes. The other closest ski lift, Rocharbois, which provides access to ski runs on the other side of the valley, is also only 850 metres away.

Amenities

Bar,Cable/Sat TV,Elevator in Building,Family/Kid Friendly,Fireplace,Garden,Gym,Hammam/ Steam,Indoor Pool, Kitchen,Parking / Garage,Private laundry facilities,Safe,Ski room,Sound system and Spa

 

 

 


Villa Goxoa ****

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Welcome to La Villa Goxoa ****, a charming house in the heart of Hendaye.


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Welcome to La Villa Goxoa ****, a charming house in the heart of Hendaye.


Located a 3-minute walk from the beach and close to the city center, Villa Goxoa is located in a quiet and bucolic residential area. Comfort and well-being will make the success of your stay, supported by the hospitality and kindness of Nathalie, the owner. In a cozy, chic and relaxed atmosphere, Villa Goxoa offers 7 contemporary and bright rooms and 1 suite with all modern comforts, including one adapted for disabled guests.


For a parenthesis of well-being in a green setting, you will enjoy the garden and the outdoor swimming pool without vis-à-vis, a haven of serenity inviting to stroll. Breakfast with fresh produce is served in the room, in the lounge or on the terrace. Personalized well-being services (massages, relaxation, osteopathy, sports coaching) are offered for a successful stay in the Basque Country as well as themed stays.

Villa Goxoa will be the starting point for your outings in the Basque Country, just 20km you will discover San Sebastián, Biarritz or Saint-Jean-de-Luz just 13km.


Saint Pierre de Montmatre

Saint Pierre de Montmatre
On December 18, 2019

The Church of Saint Peter of Montmartre (French: Église Saint-Pierre de Montmartre) is one of the oldest surviving churches in Paris but the lesser known of the two main churches in Montmartre, the other being the more famous 19th-century Sacré-Cœur Basilica. Saint-Pierre de Montmartre, built in 1147, was the church of the prestigious Montmartre Abbey.


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The Church of Saint Peter of Montmartre (French: Église Saint-Pierre de Montmartre) is one of the oldest surviving churches in Paris but the lesser known of the two main churches in Montmartre, the other being the more famous 19th-century Sacré-Cœur Basilica. Saint-Pierre de Montmartre, built in 1147, was the church of the prestigious Montmartre Abbey.

 

During the Revolution, Montmartre Abbey was destroyed. The church, ransacked, was transformed into a temple of Reason. In 1814, Russian troops occupied it. Once the soldiers had left, it escaped demolition despite its dilapidation. Restored between 1899 and 1905 by the architect Sauvagot, it was restored to worship in 1908.
Saint-Pierre is the only witness to the power of the former royal abbey of Montmartre. Architecturally, this historic place is the junction between Romanesque and early Gothic art. Since 1953, it has been embellished by Max Ingrand's magnificent glass roof, which illustrates, among other things, the major stages in the life of the Apostle Peter.


Bateau Lavoir

Bateau Lavoir
On December 17, 2019

The Musée de Montmartre evokes, in its permanent collections, to what extent the Bateau-Lavoir, located at Place Emile Goudeau a few steps from the current museum, played an important role in the birth of modern art in Paris.


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The Musée de Montmartre evokes, in its permanent collections, to what extent the Bateau-Lavoir, located at Place Emile Goudeau a few steps from the current museum, played an important role in the birth of modern art in Paris.

 

The Bateau Lavoir would probably not exist in art history if Picasso had not painted there in his studio in 1907 Les Demoiselles d'Avignon, marking the creation of cubism.
The adventure of this illustrious and miserable building, which perished in the flames in 1970, is part of the Montmartre adventure.

It was in 1904 that Picasso and his band of Spaniards revolutionized the spirit of the house. He occupies the workshop of the ceramist Paco Durrio and extends his miserable blue period into the pink period of the acrobats, full of hope after his meeting with Fernande Olivier holding a small cat in front of the fountain, the only water point at the foot of the stairs. Around Picasso were Van Dongen from Holland, Freundich from Germany, Modigliani from Italy, Derain, Vlaminck and later his compatriot Juan Gris. Let us add the poets Apollinaire, Max Jacob, André Salmon who carried him at arm's length, spreading his works as long as he remained unknown.

They are the ones who find the name Bateau-Lavoir. Max Jacob would have called him that when he saw laundry to dry the first time he entered it.


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