Le Rivage

778 Avenue de la Mer, Mandelieu La Napoule, French Riviera - Cote d'Azur, Provence, 6210, France | 4 star hotel
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located on 778 Avenue de la Mer, Mandelieu La Napoule, is near Rue Meynadier, Musee de la Castre, Chateau de la Napoule / Musee Henry-Clews, and Musee de la Mer.
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    Travel Blogs from Mandelieu La Napoule

    This Little Piggy Went To The Market!

    A travel blog entry by liebling on Aug 08, 2014

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    ... clothes, I did purchase a dress & crossed my fingers that it fit.

    Returned to the house to have lunch & what a lunch it was! Fresh radishes, fennel, mortadella from Italy, celery slaw, baguette, rotisserie chicken ~ I know I'm missing a few items, but managed to eat my way around the table!

    We had been going non-stop, so the afternoon was a leisure one.

    For dinner the ...

    Our only pain will be champagne - All Aboard

    A travel blog entry by scottcwarren on May 13, 2014

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    ... along with the band playing as we left port.

    Dinner at the was at the Restaurant. Scott: baby romaine and Caesar salad dressing, caramelized scallops with fresh, linguine in a lemongrass and crab sauce. Dessert was a blue cheese mousse with cherry sauce. J: baby romaine salad with Atlantic salmon and plum & Armagnac tart for dessert.

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    Hey big spender

    A travel blog entry by emseurope on Dec 04, 2013

    10 photos

    ... an ally along with two small towns becoming independent. The Prince though sold off the industrial area of Monaco, because of this the country lost a lot of wealth and trade. In order to compensate for this they decided to make Monaco a ritzy tourist destination and a few dodgy deals with banks in order to claim the tax and interest of the offshore accounts. As well as of course setting up of the casino's (as it was illegal to gamble in France at the time) ...

    Monte Carlo or Bust

    A travel blog entry by alexwelsh95 on Aug 22, 2013

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... of all situations on any cruise as everyone is eager to disembark and catch a tender boat, coach or taxi. Also breakfast in the Oceanview Cafe ends quite quickly and there's often a bit of wait before they begin serving lunch. As chaotic as it was we were lucky enough to grab some seats quite close to the exit. The food in the morning (and in general!) is great; full English breakfast for all us British folk. English bacon, black pudding, hash browns, baked beans and ...

    La Colline du Château

    A travel blog entry by kdemps on Jul 10, 2013

    14 photos

    ... 400,000 years; the Terra Amata archeological site shows one of the earliest uses of fire and construction of houses. The city of Nice (Nicaea) was probably founded around 350 BC by the Greeks of Massilia (Marseille), and was given the name of ("Nikaia") in honor of a victory over the neighboring Ligurians (Nike is the Greek goddess of victory). In the 7th century, Nice joined the Genoese League formed by the towns of Liguria, in Italy. ...