BEST WESTERN Hotel Prince de Galles
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Great hosts. Nice place. Highly recommended.
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We spent 4 nights on the water in a Best Western. Our activities varied each day. The first day we started walking along the Water edge (Medetteraean) towards Cap Martin. It was lovely and warmed up as we walked until finally we saw the great Monaco in the distance. On our return, be quite famished, we got a fabulous seafood lunch on the water. The next day, Holly and Mary Anne went via bus to Monaco. They reported having a fabulous ...
... Hercule) to the other side, for 2 euros - although it was included in our bus ticket. Very quiet electric boat. Great views of the magnificent boats. We came back across and got back on the bus, which then continued on past the Japanese Gardens out to the east where the only beach is. Most of the shore is extremely rocky and with high cliffs, or else is marina. The bus turns around out here, and we then got off near the Grimaldi Forum. Some of the bus route is ...
Ok back to the Excursions. On Sunday we decided to make the trip to Menton and St.Agnes.Both are small town in the southeastern most part of France. Menton has been Italian for parts of its history and has a strong Italian influence.
The roads we had encountered so far were narrow and windy but with the GPS we pretty much new where we were and Will was used to that kind of driving having lived in Eureka Springs for 5 years.Happily ...
... 8226;Dropped into the centre of Nice. Beachfront shops and cafes. Chairs & umbrellas on the pebbled beach- expensive! Pools and tiny boardwalks into the ocean- heaven! Walk along the beach. •Pesto pasta with girls & Zoe. •Shopping (blanket purchase to keep warm) & lattes! •Back to cabins to get dressed up ...
... San Michele.
When it finally let up I started the climb back towards France. The road into Olivetta-San-Michele wasn't bad (although the pavement at this point was quite literally steaming) but the town didn't seem to want visitors to leave: the way out pitched steeply skyward before finally relenting just short of the French border. ...