by Mangaweka Sue
Mangaweka, undefined, Australia
November 12, 2003
We had to make sure our room was double locked whenever we left it amd that the sliding glass doors were locked with the metal shutters down, even when we were there in the night. As our room was one of the top units next to the road, I guess it was a precaution we needed to take anyway. Apparently there had been intruders even when the guests were there with their French doors open at night.
We got very little information and unlike other timeshares we have stayed at, there was no get-together for owners, so we met nobody all week. We were told it was not possible to walk to a grocery store, restaurant, or anywhere really, but we found that there was a wonderful path leading from below the timeshare around the coast to Roquebrune -- unfortunately, we found it the day before we left! And we took only about 25 minutes to walk to the nearest little town for a meal.
So, in short, we weren't that happy with the timeshare, but it was in a good area for sightseeing and I guess we were only in it at night.
From journal A Week on the Cote d'Azur