Hotel Comte De Nice
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... hot and cold food - the numbering and names suggest they are part of the same network. The beaches are clean, and only one small section appeared to be private. For most part the beaches are golden/white sand. Some have a few pebbles and all have submerged rocks. There were even free toilets near the beaches. A sizeable marina was nearby and the distant backdrop was Nice. On the other side it was trees and expensive villas judging by the ads in a real estate window, ...
... rooms. It was not until a couple of hours later that someone else said that they paid to look at the casino when we realised that we somehow had escaped the net!! The casino was not operating at the time, as it must do so only at night. One thing that we did find out from our guide was that you have to prove that you have a certain (large) bank balance to be able to enter gamble in this casino. There is another casino about 100m away ...
... of hills. And of course, the old town of Villefranche is built on a hill so we will have legs of steel by the time we get home. Dorothy and I bought beautiful silk scarves down the street from our apt. The prints are like impressionist paintings ... Dorothy's looks like 'Starry Night' and mine looks like the streets of Villefranche. Rue Obsure, one street below ours (which is Rue Poilu) is a ...
... 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 ...
... stars. Then brought us to Eze, and the Fragonard factory. I had been a little worried about bringing three men, age 53, nearly 16 and 11 to a perfume factory. But it was fine, actually more than fine. Everyone participated in the sniffing experiments and tolerated me buyin some pretty soaps etc. We then went to Monaco and had lunch. I'd love to say that we saw lots of things but really, we had a really nice lunch on a terasse. Looked ...