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- Airport Transportation
- Multilingual staff
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
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Travel Blogs from Juan-les-Pins
... all the tatty Christmas decorations - but descend to the cellars and it is a whole new world of epicurean delight! But unlike my favourite cellar in Hobart they don't have an antique flushing toilet on display!! So as you can imagine we have been very glad to put our feet up in the apartment having walked for hours and the heads ring trying to take it all in. I can't really do it justice in words or pictures and this is just the ...
... on the journey to Monaco. On the route out due to all tommy a directions being via a tunnel of 2.3 meters height (and none of us were confident we were under that) we got to see pretty much all of nice - looked lovely from the passenger seat. Monaco bound we did the toll road, to avoid some amount of this traffic - toll booth paid - and what this more *******m cars queuing!!! Exec decision, bail and tommy our way out ...
... you can’t see any other rooms inside unless you pay more money and take the tour. AND, you’re not allowed to take any pictures inside, so I wasn’t going to waste my money. I left the casino and walked down the hill where I passed the Fairmont Monte Carlo hotel which is in front of the world’s most famous hairpin turn in the Formula One Grand Prix. I’ve seen it on tv a few times, so it was pretty cool ...
... ascent from the bus stop took me about 16 minutes. Once down the hill I decided to walk to Cap D'Ail which was about 1.5km. I did a bit more food shopping before deciding to check out the beach which meant another very steep descent down windy roads and then walking tracks to plage Mala where there were two restaurants meant for people other than me as they were pricey. I doubled ...
... so retreat back up to La Turbie where it's quiet ended enough to park. Kitchens closed for lunch, so we're left with no alternative but desserts to fill the spot! With peaches in season, I go for the Peach Melba and Clare has a honeycomb creme brûlée tart, both of which are delicious. Europe makes you realise how far australia has progressed with our smoking reforms and cultural change. While a smoker in Australia may feel persecuted, its ...