Hotel Lune de Mougins
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Room service
- Indoor pool
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... weather made it rather miserable & difficult to negotiate very steep narrow slippery roads up to the Chateau Grimaldi. We returned back to the area of Cagnes where Renoir's farmhouse "Les Collettes" is located & enjoyed soaking up the atmosphere there where Renoir lived until he died in 1919.
Finally we drove further inland to Mougins & the beautiful Le Mas Candille for the ...
... face that's a moray".
In the museum they had a huge interactive shark wall that when you stand on a spot it demonstrates and tells you all about sharks. It was brilliant. They also had a touch pool with some small sharks.
After that we recruited a new team member. Her name is Lucy. She is my toy seal and she ...
... for the family but that's harder than it sounds. After a couple hours of no luck I decided to go back to the hostel and get ready to go to Monaco! Not before stopping to try a true French macaron! Vanilla flavored of course. I took a 20 minute train and boom, I was there. I walked up and down the streets on Monaco and if this wasn't upscale I don't know what is. It reminded me of Worth Ave back at home. The taxis were my favorite, Mercedes ...
... Charles had pork belly with chorizo and tomatoes which was also nice. We then had our main course. Charles had salmon with risotto while I had chicken and cous cous. Both very, very tasty. And then there was dessert. Mum and I had ordered the chocolate cake, which was more a solid mousse, with ice cream and coffee coulee on the side, very rich but very nice. Dad had a peach with meringue, ice cream and strawberries but Charles had ...
... served me and turned my frown upside down. Thanks french Booster Juice man.
Scattered rain clouds were scheduled to come rolling in so I was tugging at Emile's sleeve to visit the top of Castle Hill so we could enjoy the sunshine. As we walked towards our destination we decided to have a picnic, which consisted of meats, cheeses, dolmades, a baguette and champagne. We marched our little behinds up to the top and discovered back-packer central. ...