Hotel Apogia

Address: 87, Allee de Belle-Vue, Juan-les-Pins, French Riviera - Cote d'Azur, Provence, 06600, France | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Reforma/Downtown area of Juan-les-Pins, is near Musee Picasso, Musee Magnelli, Musee National Picasso La Guerre et La Paix, and Musee National Fernand-Leger.
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Travel Blogs from Juan-les-Pins

Goodbye barcelona!!

A travel blog entry by bridiebridie86 on Sep 06, 2014

... t get any info on how to operate things. The lights in the lounge room broke on the 2nd day and the hot water service broke on the 3rd. The weather wasn't that great, we went down to the beach one day and it sucked. The food was nothing special - our best meals there were mexican and pasta. We went to the gaudi sea house which ...

Dominating the tables at Monte Carlo

A travel blog entry by buckgw on Jul 10, 2014

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... workers blocking part of the corner, making it very hard to hit the apex. Flushed with that success, I performed a couple of other tricky manoeuvres on the way home. The first was necessary as we were about to enter a tunnel....GPS was saying bad traffic ahead and I saw a local do a U turn at the tunnel entrance, he took a five point turn to miss the huge concrete bollards....I did it in three, but had to go back far enough ...

Nice was nice

A travel blog entry by goseedokids on May 26, 2014

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which every way you want to say it... it is a nice place.... but so think a few million of, my goodness this place was packed and we were not yet into full season. Cant imagine it in July.

The center of town was fairly humming... and rightly so. after a quick drive along the beach... and the realisation that it ...

Day 177 and 178: soooooo NICE!

A travel blog entry by adventurenonni on Jan 14, 2014

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... that was occupied by Celtic Ligurians. Called at the time Nikaia, it derived its name from Greeks when they set up a trading post near the coast in 3rd century BC. Conquered by Romans in early Christian times, it developed into a higher lying medieval town where the former cathedral of Saint (Virgin) Marie (Mary) stood. Following Louis XIV order, the whole defense system was dismantled in 1706 when, during the war of Spanish Succession, the area ...

Monaco, Eze and Nice Castle Hill

A travel blog entry by goweregypt on Oct 06, 2013

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... winding street with many hairpin bends leading down into Monaco as we listened to the interesting facts about the principality. First stop for 10 mins was in the main square where the Casino is (only opens at 2pm which disappointed the Americans), expensive Hotel de Paris and a large outdoor sidewalk cafe, which was packed. Of course the city was teeming with tourists who lined up to have their photo taken beside the Aston Martin, Lamborghini and ...