Hotel Lune de Mougins
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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French Riviera or more accurately Cote d'Azur (blue coast) is essentially the South-west to North-eastern Mediterranean coastline of France from Cassis all the way to Monaco and further to Ventimiglia in Italy. Nice is the de facto central hub of the French Riviera.
We took a train from Paris early morning and arrived at Cannes by early afternoon. Shilpa's college friend Kuljinder (Raju) lives in a village called Mougins ...
... seaweed sheets, pickled ginger and soy sauce for her sushi making and some sponges for her sink. (She had a really old worn out one, it was a funny present but she loved it ) we then went back to Audrey's and cooked up some pumpkin pasta with carrots and zucchini. Audrey and her hilarious friend came home at about 10pm. We ate diner and then had a chocolate binge. It was another nice and fun evening. We are a little sad that we have to leave tomorrow. It's been such a lovely ...
... and friendly.... and nice (ha ha, had to say it!). They realise a smile goes a long way. The French in the north weren't familiar with what the English call the French Riviera. They know it as Côte d'Azur.
A few weeks ago we meet a couple of backpackers who looked at us strangely when we said we're backpackers that have never stayed in a backpackers dorm room. After three days in Nice we're loving the hostels. I love the fact there's ...
... drove along the road that the Formula one races drive along to make our way to a Nice. Entering the city of Nice we drove past many modern works of art to reach our hotel. As it had been a long day of driving we decided to have dinner in the hotel restaurant. Starting with a bowl of vegetable soup and the most delicious bread, mum and I then shared a cooked vegetable ...
... beach, the old town, the harbour and surrounding hills.
By this time we were getting hungry and went down to the old town to grab a bite to eat and check out some shops. I picked up some nice 'Made in France' soaps. I wish we could have taken more time to see the old town, but between all the walking and the heat, we were getting tired, and we still had to get back to the Russian Church. So ...