- Airport Transportation
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... and twenty-five gardeners--a winning combination. The Villa's formal gardens are magnificent. A 'tour' takes the visitor along a path through a Sevres garden, a Spanish garden,a French garden, a stone garden, a Florentine garden, an exotic garden-giant cacti in Nice, and three more gardens culminating in a rosarie. Cherubs, gazebos, fountains, columns and Gothic arches are interspersed among the plants-English style.The gardens ...
We drove out to see St Paul de Vence, this was a medieval village atop a hill looking out to the sea. The narrow streets have been beautifully preserved and the view from the ramparts are stunning. Like yesterday this a labyrinth of absolutely amazing shops, usually for art, almost every piece we would have loved to have bought. Each shop was vibrant and beautiful. This village is famous for the artists; Picasso, Chagall, ...
... and the street runs right in to the outdoor market, and restaurants. Rooms were small but very nicely done and the staff were great.
For dinner we were on our own so we went to the market area and went to Le Festival de la Moule which was a mussels place. I had garlic and wine mussels and Paul had the lobster and shrimp sauce.
We walked around the vielle ville and walked to the Place Massena where they have just completed ...
... ordinary in others. Very clean and tidy, wall to wall apartments, hoards of tourists plus some nice cars and boats. I think that it would drive us nuts living in a place like that, but maybe if you are a resident of Monaco, a lot of the year is spent elsewhere in the world.. We wandered around Casino Square and spied a few Ferraris, Bentleys and Rolls Royces. We also had ...
... as folks were definitely taking it up a notch with their outfits. I also noticed that a lot of the store fronts and menus had writing in Russian. You could tell that there was a lot of Russian money in this place. We wandered around some more and walked by the Palace, where they host the big movies during the Film Festival. We went to a cafe for a relatively early dinner, as our plan was to be back to Juan Les Pins by 10:30pm to see a fireworks show ...