Hotel & Residence Marina degli Aregai

Via Gianni Cozzi 1, Santo Stefano al Mare, Italian Riviera, 18010, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Via Gianni Cozzi 1, Santo Stefano al Mare.
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    Day 6 - Monaco

    A travel blog entry by christie.orr on Sep 13, 2013

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    Back on the bus again this morning for another drive day, and the first thing to be done is sing our day song! considering none of us really knew it, its really growing on us! It was a long drive to the French Rivera, I managed to get some sleep but probably not enough, Matilda brought out her word find book she had been doing on the plane so we were all doing that for a while, but it probably wasn't the best idea, I started feeling quite ...

    The Climb to Èze Village

    A travel blog entry by kdemps on Jul 12, 2013

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    There are a few ways to get to Èze Village, but I took the hard way. The easiest way is to take a tour, but I am not usually an organized tour taker. Another way is to take the bus up to Èze Village along the main Moyenne Corniche highway to Monaco, and explore the town from the top. There are actually 2 towns of Èze: the famous one perched atop the mountain, and the seaside town 1400 feet (492 meters) below it. The third way is ...


    A travel blog entry by spunkyhelen on Jun 14, 2013

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    Once again beautiful day high twenties. Gary got up early to go for a walk, couple of hours later get a text, lost, eventually met a couple of others on tour and got directions back. Had brekky and walked around the port and down to beach. Just paddled my feet in the water. Gary decided to walk up a cliff to a lookout, two far for me so we agreed to meet at 12 for lunch and I went for a wonder through the village area of the old part of Nice. We where told to be careful ...

    On the road...Nice, France to Cinque Terre, Italy

    A travel blog entry by jb_dh_eurotrip on May 31, 2013

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    Jen says:
    Car packed, GPS set and we are on the road. Decided to take the non-toll roads which ended up being a beautiful and scenic drive through the French Riviera and Monaco to our next destination in Italy. Damon drove the whole way and while there were few narrow roads and cliff hanging roads the drive was relatively peaceful. Got to take a few pics along the way and great views of Monaco harbor ...

    Welcome to Nice

    A travel blog entry by colleen_lee on Jul 21, 2012

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    Traffic into Nice was unreal. I've never seen anything like it. Cars were parked on the freeway for hours. Fortunately due to drammamine I slept through most of it. In total it took us about 10 hours to get here. It should have taken about seven. We were welcomed to Nice with dinner at a local restaurant where they gave us full bottles of wine for only 10 euro (approximately 12 American dollars). We ...