ResidHotel Eden Paradise
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Golfe-Juan Vallauris
... after, Aimee only tasted Sean's dish at dinner so only had a mild case of it. We spend the following day in the hotel trying to get rid of what must be food poisoning. Rather unfortunate to miss out on the gondola ride and masquerade dinner in Venice but lucky we didn't have a travelling day... Doubt we will ever be able to stomach gnocchi ...
... no where to be seen, and instead were replaced with designer shops from Dolce&Gabbana, to Valentino, with restaurants and hotels scattered between . With the town still waking up I took a stroll along the beachfront stopping to take in the views and say hello the other early rises. Pebbles took the place of sand, and there were restaurants right on the beach.
I wandered up through the harbour and headed into the Porte ...
... it was still very warm and the water was lovely too. We all got very very tired from constantly fighting the current and so after a while we gave in and went back up to dry off and chill on the beach. We just sat about eating lunch and chatting until we decided to pack up and go back to the shelter of Asha's parents holiday house and their lightly salted swimming pool! We then spent the rest of the day chilling by the pool and playing volleyball and the bat game ...
... packing so we could catch the bus in time to meet our friend Meline at a bar to see a Brazilian band. Meline brought her "friend" Guilleaume who truly fits the perfect picture of a Bohemian Frenchman: long hair with a pony tail, scarf, very expressive when he speaks. I felt as though I could hang with him at a Grateful Dead show, which I mean as the best compliment here. He was very patient and encouraging with our French, and as he is a science ...
... both wanted to strangle her, so I changed it for the Strine.
He did the business, and led us gradually through the mess which is the backstreets of Nice, over the top and down the hill the other side to Saint Jean Cap Ferrat, and the Royal Riviera Hotel.
Several smartly clad young men suddenly appeared and gawped at the car, before taking our bags and helping us check in. We did not have a sea view, but rather a railway view, but all good. ...