Hotel Cecil

Address: Rue Jonnard, Juan-les-Pins, French Riviera - Cote d'Azur, Provence, 06160, France | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Rue Jonnard, Juan-les-Pins, is near Puy de Dome, Arche de la Nature, and Massif Central.
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Travel Blogs from Juan-les-Pins

Durtal

A travel blog entry by gerryanddavid on Oct 15, 2014

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... did not have the correct connector for a water tap. So we went to a garden centre and stocked up on connectors and hose ends. We used the last one to connect our clear pipe to our blue pipe to reach a tap, so we need to replace that. And Sue gave us rillettes d'oel and I wanted to get some to take with us. Tomorrow we will go to Tours, the following day in Blois, followed by Orleans. Then Evreux or Dreux and finally Fecamp and Wimereux. Then it's the ferry home to ...

Nantes to Durtal

A travel blog entry by gerryanddavid on Oct 14, 2014

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... the motorway. But the campsite was easy to find and reception was still open. Most receptions open limited hours and out of season, even shorter hours with lunch breaks from 12 till 2.30. So got sorted, found a pitch which suited and settled down. A lunch of cold roti de porc was garlicky, but filled the spaces. And off to see our ...

Wine, bikes, chateaus and rain!

A travel blog entry by radiobirdman on Oct 07, 2014

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... young vines and old vines. Very pleasant. The wine industry in France and especially the Loire Valley is very heavily regulated. Growers are not allowed to irrigate and there are limits to how much wine they can produce for sale under AOC regulations. Our last day was meant to be a riding day. Again it was raining. We were dropped off at Fontevraud Abbey which has been an abbey for men and some , although separated. It was also a prison, nunnery and is the ...

A delightful place

A travel blog entry by dancingboots on Sep 22, 2014

... did a bit of shopping.

Another nice day but a bit cooler. We went up into the town to the bakers and the butchers where we got the most delicious meat. After lunch, we walked along the river bank to the lock. It is all very lovely and the houses opposite the Aire are to die for. It was very busy and we now know why we were told not to be too late getting there as you are at risk of not getting a ...

Mmm Macaroons!

A travel blog entry by van14 on Sep 12, 2014

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... br> To celebrate we went to the Latin Quarter and had a beer, followed by dinner across the street at Cafe Buci (the Cafe that introduced me to my love of duck). Had the Croque Madam, a nice change from her brother sandwich. We then went for a stroll through St. Germaine, my favourite part of Paris, the part that looks like the Paris from the movies. By accident we ran into a large macaroon bakery. Lucky for us. Macaroons another food ...