Hotel Azur Riviera
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Azur Riviera Nice
Although the hotel was a 2 star hotel, it was described as somewhat more. Staff reasonably friendly and breakfast good, but rooms and standard of hotel needed to be improved
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The drive to Nice was stunning - i thought that Paul had turned into the Stig the way he was driving around the severe corners!!!
Once we got into Nice itself, we were somewhat apprehensive. It was nothing like either of us had expected - very busy, cars all over the place, parked along the streets etc. Our hotel seemed to be located in …
... upon the raucous Oxford Bar there was no choice but to enter. The very traditional English pub was packed with locals singing along in French and English with the cover band. Rufio ordered his Guinness while I opted, to my dismay, for a local Monaco brew. My selection was apparently not a beer, but rather a berry shandy, so I traded it in for a Carlsberg. We finished out the night singing along to the songs we knew before strolling back to the ...
We left the hotel this morning at 8:00 to drive to the perfume factory at Eze. There was virtually no separation between communities as we drove from Nice. It was a beautiful drive as we meandered along the hillsides and climbed up towards Eze. Our first stop was at a Fragonard perfume factory. The factory was located adjacent to the hilltop village of Eze, but at a much lower elevation. Rocky juts and crags were visible in all directions and made for some great ...
We arrived in Monaco this morning. We were supposed to be off the ship at 10am, but something about clearing immigration held us up a bit and also, we had to tender into this port and the sea was rough so it was all taking longer. I hate to tender in because it’s just such a more time consuming process. But all went well and our tour guide for the day was waiting for us patiently. His name was Bryce, but pronounced the French ...
... before arriving in Eze, so I was hopeful that the sun would eventually take over. But it wasn't meant to be; as we entered Eze in our rental car, we could barely see in front of us, let alone the spectacular views I had been anticipating all week. Oh well, Eze is still sitting on my bucket list.