I am working on a number of blog topics which I will post in the next few months. As with all my blog posts l try to include advice for families with children, and/or persons with reduced mobility but if you have any suggestions on anything else you would like to see included in future posts please do contact me.
I have had lots of constructive feedback that my blog is helpful for timetable links, playground locations and advice about public toilets (not always easy to find!).
Some of my recent blog posts include a review of an indoor playground in Antibes (Royal Kids), and a Painter’s Trail, with notes on accessibility, for Villefranche-sur-Mer.
I write all my blog posts from on-ground experience (or recommendation from others which I then review) – unlike many travel reviewers or sites, I do not forewarn the attractions or restaurants that I write reviews as I want to have an honest experience as a tourist.
In my past career in the travel industry, I conducted hotel inspections and when they knew I worked for a large travel company I was always shown the best hotel suite and best table at the hotel restaurant. Something that is great for encouraging sales, but lacking in a true experience for 99% of people.
I hope you enjoy my blog and continue to follow my posts – there are some great posts coming up in the near future !
Upcoming blog posts:
– Villefranche-sur-Mer tourist advice including tips you won’t find on other websites including location of accessible public toilets, recommended routes when using buses/trains for both able-bodied and reduced mobility tourists, where to buy cigarettes/newspapers/postcards etc
– Painter’s Trail for Antibes and Cannes
– Heritage Trail for Juan les Pins including architectural landmarks and buildings from the Art Deco era, Jazz Age and Belle Époque
– Cap d’Ail walkway
– Villa Kérylos and Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild