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- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... br> The coach left from the hotel and took us up to St Paul De Vence for a trip round the Maeght Foundation. This has many great sculptures in the park and on the terrace around the gallery but the current exhibition of modern art was not to anyone's taste. We walked from the gallery down and then up into the medieval town. It is highly popular with tourists so all the shops, restaurants and galleries reflect that. In the evening we walked all round ...
Karen and I drove to Monaco to check out the high class city in the cliffs. It was gorgeous! The buildings, palm trees, fancy cars and tight winding streets. We only stayed for an hour, just to say we were there and then we headed back to Nice. The four of us took it easy most of the afternoon, napping, blogging and reading. Later that afternoon we went to the beach to go swimming, ...
... the century old buildings set into mountainside as well as the newer apartment buildings which stand higher up on the cliffs.
Every conceivable luxury car dealer is represented on the street near the yacht club so it wouldn't be far to walk to get yourself a nice new flash car when you became tired of your present one. Needless to say the most expensive and exotic cars are seen in abundance here, worn like a badge by the younger and the older men ...
... the garden that follows the coast, then up to see the church that overlooks the ocean. Next we watched the changing of the guards outside of the Palace and then grabbed a sandwich to serve as a quick "on-the-go" lunch to fit as much sight-seeing into our day as possible.
On our walk down from the Palace towards the Monte Carlo Casino we made a few stops at Starbucks, the AC Monaco Store, and a boutique. Conor and I had learned from our last attempt at visiting the ...
... the senate, saw the outside of St Peter's (visit there tomorrow) and finally finished at the square of three fountains - the largest central one representing the four continents - Australia not known when it was constructed. Finally dinner at a small pizza restaurant in a small lane way and finished with a lovely gelati. Lovely hotel too - the most luxurious we've had so far - even has a pool. Hoping it is hot enough tomorrow for a ...