Le Mas de Clairefontaine
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... guns and tire slasher hubcaps would come in very handy when Moneynickel and I compete with the Mercedes and Audis for parking back in Villefranche.
The Grimaldis' shows of wealth set the tone for the sights that dazzle us for the rest of the day. The official Monaco Yacht Show is not until September 25, but the marinas are still a waterfront spectacle.
Architectural showpieces ...
... a day there exploring the town and visiting several museums dedicated to the perfume industry as well as to the history of the area. The most famous perfume in the town is Fragonard which commenced operating in 1880 and really pioneered the industry in the region. It has a number of museums and shops in the town all of which are free.
We had the most wonderful and relaxing time in this region and would recommend it to anyone traveling in the south of ...
What a great day we had today! We decided to start with the Grande Corniche road that is the highest road that winds from Nice to past Monaco to Menton. It has the most dramatic panoramas over beautiful coastline, mansions and clear blue water. It was unfortunately misty and some of the time we were in the clouds. At times I was applying the brake in the passenger seat and trying to steer Lee away from the edge (I feel ...
half was becoming a stop-start affair, not helped by the fact that a few
hills had suddenly cropped up. I was not prepared for this and decided
to adopt the cowardly approach of walking up them and trying to make up
some of the lost time by running (what felt like, but probably wasn't)
quickly down them. My legs seemed to have inherited some of the
attributes of the host nation and were pretty much on strike by the time
I reached the outskirts ...
... course, was if the train was sold out.
Sunday was overcast a bit and we couldn’t risk more sun exposure by laying out, so we hopped on a hop-on-hop-off bus. I’m beginning to like these things. It gave us a good overview of the town, which is not particularly walking friendly and fairly spread out. Next time I visit I will make time for the museums of Matisse and Chagall.
For our evening festivities we ...