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- Airport Transportation
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... they smoke a lot -every European beach I've been to has been free, as they should be After the first night in Nice, my parents boarded a flight for Paris where my mom had always wanted to go. It was the end of one amazing chapter the beginning of 6 nights with my little bro. Over the 5 nights spent in the French Riviera, Nice was our home base. One day it rained buckets so we went and saw Mission Impossible and hung out in our sweet room which was actually really great. The ...
... bus with an audio tour. We learnt that Monaco is a principality which was originally much bigger as it included Menton and another couple of areas now considered as France. It is actually the second smallest state in the EU beaten only by The Vatican State. It used to export lemons which was its main source of revenue, but when Menton and other areas elected to break away Monaco was left with no means of sustaining itself economically. ...
... each other to destinations and use only one car when touring around.
One of the cars was a Renault Espace, a nice minivan which we determined to be a perfect size for the four of us. Back to the Europcar desk, where the lady was surprised to see us and allowed us to jump to the front of the line. We explained that we only needed one car, left the keys, and that ...
... bleary eyed many times after spending a late Sunday night watching the Grand Prix from Monaco. I felt I knew the town without being there, as it turned out....I did. Our plan at this point was to drive directly back to Lille in France to return the van. On entering the steep roads of Monaco it was hard to resist stopping to wander the streets. Without trying we found ourselves on the main strait, which still had the grid boxes ...
... had various parades schedules throughout the entire time we were there. The theme was "King of Gastronomy". We choose to buy standing tickets for the light parade, 9:00pm on Saturday. The parade was tamer than we expected. The entire weekend was very family friendly and the kids loved all the floats. They also really enjoyed throwing confetti everywhere, especially right in the faces of the American girls! We also caught a glimpse of the ...