Hotel Azur Riviera
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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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... me, the woman and the fool. Costs 10 Euros each for the ante, blinds, trips + bet (betting your hand will be trips or better, regardless of dealer hand) and then to play with your hand. Fast way to win or lose your money. Naturally, I sit down and the dealer catches a hot streak. Four hands in, lose 150 Euros. Awesome, just awesome. Must have looked like a fool. Leave with my head down and 10 Euros. Decide I don't want to leave with two 5 Euro ...
... a number of people choose it over the available options), and a peach which I protected by putting in a can that had held mushrooms from dinner the night before. Yes, three years of living in mushroom country in the U.S., and I actually buy canned mushrooms in the land of champignons! In my defense, I can only say that it was a grocery store, not an open market. While the can did protect the peach, by the time I ate it, the ...
... can but in the car.
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