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139 Ave. De Verdun, Eze, French Riviera - Cote d'Azur, Provence, 6360, France | Hotel

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Birthdays, boats and bars

A travel blog entry by carofoley


It was Anne Catherine's birthday and to celebrate it we went for a fabulous hike in the Esterel escarpment behind Mandelieu. There were 5 of us including a couple who are old friends of David and AC’s and who regularly hike with them. We set off fairly late in the morning for various reasons including the fact that I have an hour’s drive to get to them now that I am in Eze rather than Mouans Sartoux. We only did about half an hour’s walk before we ...

This is rush hour in the south of France

A travel blog entry by carofoley


... who blows her whistle to the driver letting him know that everyone is on and he can pull out. Some of the passengers really laid into her with their grievances against the company. They complained that they had written to the train company time and again regarding putting on more carriages and/or more trains in the peak times like 6pm when everyone travels home. Despite these numerous letters the management just kept ignoring them. Apparently ...

Up in the hills

A travel blog entry by karenbrian


A super day off to Eze Village, at the top of the. Cote d'zure. One of the nicest hilltop villages. The folks then went off to Monaco and we walked the high road down to top of villefranche.
Home to gather a few things and exciting the folks arrived from England. Had a super night catching up...they were indeed in a need of a break. ...

Eze: A Cliff side Adventure

A travel blog entry by megflannery


I had a once in a lifetime adventure to the small, beautiful cliff side village of Eze! I went to Eze with four other people in my study abroad group and I'm glad I went with people so were flexible and could handle the several ups and downs of our day trip.

We left CIC around noon on Sa***************ed to the Cannes train station to catch a train to Eze. It was a calm and uneventful ride until we got to Nice when we had to switch trains ...

The Climb to Èze Village

A travel blog entry by kdemps


... neighborhood train station came and went, and still no bus to Èze. After waiting an hour, I left the bus stop and decided instead to take the train. Within 15 minutes I was in the line for tickets at the Nice Station, and 20 minutes after that I arrived at the Èze Sur-le-Mer station. The next step was to find the Nietzsche Path. This turned out to be easy. As soon as I left the train station, I saw a sign for the path, and within ...


This hotel, located on 139 Ave. De Verdun, Eze, is near Le Jardin d'Eze, Villa Kerylos, Nietzsche Path, and La Trophée des Alpes.
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