ResidHotel Eden Paradise
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... we can get our point across with a few basic words in French, plus a bit of arm waving, but her superb skills in conversational French made life much easier when we needed to discuss the finer details on some issues.
Lots of the floors and footpaths are either cobbled, or made of tiles or marble. Extremely slippery when wet! M was wearing jandals and fell flat on her back in the main ...
... speeds they attain, and see the sharp corners and hills they navigate, you can gain a sense for the incredible excitement and danger that characterize this great race!
After a nice breakfast and a good workout, we started our day by taking a water taxi from our ship to the dock near the casino and walking around the beautiful exteriors of these buildings. Then, we took a 40 minute stroll through town, and the opulent shops, along the sea side to ...
... slots. The casino was surrounded by beautiful gardens and expensive cars (the taxi's were Audi's). None of us really knew what we were doing when we got inside but after some wine I definitely faked it- I walked out with more money than I came in with!! We headed back to Nice to just lay low for the night and went out for a good dinner of salmon and duck.
We spent our last afternoon in Antibes, the Yacht capital of the world. There was ...
... met downstairs, dressed to the nines, and we hopped on the coach to head to Monaco (which, by the way, is actually a different country!)! On the way there, we stopped at a perfumery and had a tour of the place and some people bought some perfumes! Then we were on our way again towards Monaco! Once there, we stopped at a lookout point to take some photos of the scenery and then Atilla dropped us ...
... of the actor. Apparently he was a real fan of Matisse and a rather accomplished artist himself. I didn't find it all that exciting and certainly not " to die for" but to each his own.
Next we wandered down the hill a bit to the Chagall Museum. Another beautiful venue and some amazing pieces. Chagall had a thing for violin playing goats and such which I never quite understood but seeing his representations of the old testament was a real awakening to ...