Astor Hotel

Address: 61 Chemin Fournel Badine, Juan-les-Pins, French Riviera - Cote d'Azur, Provence, 06160, France | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 61 Chemin Fournel Badine, Juan-les-Pins, is near Marineland, Musee Picasso, Garoupe Lighthouse (Phare de la Garoupe), and Musee National Picasso La Guerre et La Paix.
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    Travel Blogs from Juan-les-Pins

    Toilet Tales

    A travel blog entry by thehuntfamily on Aug 29, 2015


    ... functional and private ensuite bathroom. In Sorrento 'Mike who flushes before he starts as well as after' flushed it before use as usual but as the cistern overhead refilled it had no lid on it so splashed all over him. He was thrilled with this experience. Most of the campsite showers have been OK thankfully although there was one site where I always showered in flip flops as I didn't like the look of the floor. Ben's shower gel leaked into his wash bag at Lake Garda so he washed it ...

    Hot but fun in Nice and JLP

    A travel blog entry by buckgw on Jul 01, 2015

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... now is running dance classes on the beach (on a nice solid platform). Jazz in JLP starts in about a week with Carlos Santana, Lionel RItchie, Chick Correa and more. Not for us this year 5.aspx

    Dinner on the beach - Allen was very good and had grilled fish and light salad, since I have had my gall bladder removed, I lashed out and had chips and other bad, tasty ...

    Vieux Nice

    A travel blog entry by lurk on May 26, 2015

    ... wood fired bakery Espuno's was closed, as was the Palais Lascais, a rare 17th century mansion, now housing a collection of antique musical instruments. But we did pass Chez Thèrése, where the trays of socca are prepared. We continued though the narrow streets and into Place Rosetti with its fountain, numerous cafes and the large but simple Cathedral of Sainte Réparate, with elaborate Baroque interior. Around the corner we found Le Romarin, ...

    Terribly polite

    A travel blog entry by londonpenguin on Oct 03, 2014

    2 comments, 12 photos

    ... and a walrus.

    (When I entered the building, I accidentally gave the guard my bus ticket. "Oh! I'm sorry, no. This is not ..." I realized my mistake and gave him the correct ticket to scan, and he laughed and again said he was sorry. The Monegasques are so polite, they're like the Canadians of the Riviera.

    The current exhibition is called "On Sharks and Humanity," and explores how sharks are seen as nightmarish creatures of the deep (e.g., "Jaws") when, ...

    Nice and Monaco

    A travel blog entry by aimeesean on Jul 19, 2014

    8 photos

    ... to get ready for heading out to Monaco and the Monte Carlo casino. Had a nice dinner at a restaurant in the centre of Monaco (2nd smallest country in the world) managed to down a few glasses of wine before heading over to lose some money at the Monte Carlo (found the yellow submarine on our travels through the area). It was surprisingly small inside the Monte but as fancy as they come. You weren't allowed to take photos inside so we can't show ...