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The city reminds me of Miami on picturesque cliffs (I've never been to Miami but I've seen pictures), The view of the Mediterranean is life-changing (and absolutely terrifying as someone who's afraid of water).
It DOES help that we're staying at the most incredible hotel ever built; it hang's off the ...
... racing cars. This meant that the lower part of Monaco/Monte Carlo on the water side was closed except if you were racing or a spectator. It did not deter us though. We took to the streets and wound our way from the station up to the headland where Prince Rainer's Palace is. They were setting up in the square in front of the palace a huge something connected with the race - we think where they do the interviews etc with the winner- but we ...
... through glitzy Monaco we'd already watched the sunset and the clear night sky was the perfect backdrop for all the casino and hotel terrace lights twinkling around the cliffs. It was very late when we arrived in Nice. We grabbed a quick bite to eat from the only nearby kebab stand still open before going to bed in a hostel that will surely make the "Do Not Stay Here" section of the tips and tricks blog entry we'll post at the end of our travels.
The kebab ...
... fact I've learnt so far! I didn't realise that Monaco is actually its own country. The second smallest in the world. If you would like to become naturalise as a citizen of Monaco it is a fairly simple process. All you do is put your application in to the Prince along with a payment of €1,000,000, it would then be determined if you will accepted or not. If not the you loose the million euros and its bad luck. If you are accepted then all you need to do is make ...
... from South England. Adorable folks. Chatted a bit, ate a snack, & finally got into a real bed where I could sleep horizontally! And sleep I DID! The whole night. Take THAT, jet lag. POW!
Woke up Saturday very refreshed and ready to experience the south of France. I led a nice 20 minutes of yoga w/ the gals, took a dip in their large French pool, 'walked the grounds', then embarked on our day of exploring that area, which Sophie ...
Other places to stay in Valbonne
290 rue Fedor Dostoievski, Valbonne | 3 star hotelfrom $137
Rue Albert Caquot, Valbonne | 3 star hotelfrom $131
120, route des macarons, Valbonne | 3 star hotelfrom $91
Place des Arcades, Valbonne | 4 star hotelfrom $159
502, rue Albert Caquot, Valbonne | 2 star hotelfrom $94
107, chemin Font de Cuberte, Valbonne | 3 star hotelfrom $170
Acces 3 - 49 Rue Ludwig Van Beethoven, Valbonne | Hotelfrom $125