Auberge de la Vignette Haute
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- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... perfect. In the late afternoon when we had satisfied our beach cravings we bused back to town, where I bought a beautiful bright yellow tablecloth, patterned with lavender. It was then time to get some Bordeaux and tram to the hostel for one euro beer, dinner and then wine! We had planned to climb a hill and get panoramic views of Nice, but lost ourselves in the other happy tourist meanderings. It could happen tomorrow. Happy happy happy ...
... the three days we'd dedicated the Southern France and in every way did it deserve our limited time. I'll vouch for the extremely well travelled group when I say that Monaco has to be the most pristine, exotic, rich and gorgeous place any of us have been to. Look left, Ferrari. Look right, Audi R8. Behind you, Rolls Royce Phantom. In front of you, the Monte Carlo Casino, you get my drift, money. We spent the day exploring and touring the ...
... It is normally a 10 minute drive, but it took me 45 minutes to get there due to a nose to tail traffic jam. I finally found a place to park in Cap d'Ail and then I walked to Monte Carlo which took me another 40 minutes. Nice walk and I like getting the exercise but I left home at 7.45 and got to the office just before 9am all of which adds extra time to a 9am to 6pm day at the office.
Things are crazy in Monte ...
... M: Not at all, I just thought I would share it with you all. G: Very well, welcome to France where the people are nicer than the American pigs (this reference is to the cops, not the people)M: Before you escort me off, you mind taking a picture of me?G: You are one bizarre tourist.Au revoir!!!
And like that, I was finally on my way to Eze. Rode through the cities on the way and stopped by to people see every once in a while till I finally ...
... hat, keyring etc). I also bought Le Tour gloves (15€) and a t-shirt (20€) - cheaper than the one I bought yesterday! David and Kim arrived about 1pm. The Caravane began at 1.30pm. The Time Trial started at 3.15pm. Each team started at 4 minute intervals. Orica-Greenedge, BMC and RadioShack-Leopard (Andy Schleck) were last teams to go. ...