ResidHotel Eden Paradise
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... views. We reached the beach at Nice at the far end and waited for the whole group to assemble before cycling the 5 miles along the Promenade de Anglais to the finish point right outside our hotel. So there it is, 1000 miles from London to Nice. The only mechanical failure was Bryan's blow out on day four. Both bikes in need of a good service but impeccably reliable. Today's route file http://connect.garmin.com/activity/3772 ...
Leaving the countryside of Provence on what was another blue sky day, we headed to the Cote D'Azur stopping briefly in Aix-en-Provence famed for the famous painter Cezanne, we drove on to St Tropez to admire the playground of the rich and famous! After spending what seemed like for ever stuck in the longest traffic jam just trying to leave St Tropez, we arrived in sunny Nice. ...
... be fairly easy to spot the beach... we were wrong. We walked around for about 30 minutes before finding a place to lay out. The island seemed to be pretty desserted and we found no one else in beach clothes, so we totally thought we screwed up and somehow misread the info no Īle Sainte-Marguerite being one of the best beaches.The island of course was beyond gorgeous but it just unfortunately wasn't sandy or beachy like we were at first expecting it to be. ...
... The information said we could walk the 1 1/2 Hr straight uphill walk to the village. We decided to wait an hour for the next bus to take us up to Eze Village 492 metres above us. After checking out the beach we decided to go and find somewhere to eat. Had my jambon (ham) sandwich in a baguette…soooo good!! Could only eat half of it. Lunch cost 8 euro including a coke for 2 euro ( about ...
... plethora of luxurious cars outside (well, I did).
After finishing with the casino, we walked to the Monaco Yacht club, expecting to see some nice boats and one or two bigger ships… when we arrived, however, it became clear that the term "boat" was inappropriate. A better description of these behemoths would be something along the lines of “floating palace”, or “water mansion”. I had never seen anything like this place. Each yacht ...