Hotel La Bellaudiere
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Left this morning Genora where Christopher Columbus was born, stopping in Pisa...Amazing Leaning Tower...lots of pics. Left Italy Travelling thru over 170 Tunnels thr the mountains. We're going to Monte Carlo tomorrow night for dinner...passed it today with all the yatchs in the Harbour
Have a free day tomorrow..will stroll the beaches on the French Reviere.
Weather has been great since ...
... were in the right spot as we could not see "Grasse" on the board. "Oh Oui Monsieur ! " she said to Ray. " 10.38am. You get the train to Cannes then a bus to Grasse. The heavy rains have made the tracks "broken"!!!!" BUS!!! No one said anything about a bus! Cannes! Again! So we found ourselves back in the streets of Cannes waiting an hour for the bus ! At 12.45 it arrived. We finally got into Grasse at ...
... square. The sister restaurant of the two is quite reasonably priced and we thought we would have a look at that tomorrow but we would definitely return to Mougins for lunch.
The narrow car free streets are very pleasant and interesting with many artists and at least three tempting shops for things for the home and table as well as the Deli attached to Verges restaurant that also sells some kitchen and table ware.
To sit around the fountain and listen to the quiet ...
... in left hand drives - Lee seems to travel too close to my edge at times!!). The roads are not wide and it really is straight down these huge cliffs. We drove to a lovely town called La Turbie, which sits on a promontory directly above Monaco. It is a lovely view looking down - Monaco really isn’t that big! We walked around La Turbie - up to the cemetery which has the best view. We found a lovely patisserie and Lee ...
... monks who allow people to take retreats in their monastery. They also grow vines and their wine can be found in some of the most expensive restaurants in Cannes. Anne Catherine and I walked all the way round the island inspecting the old fort, the old chapels and the beaches. It was mostly rocky but we found a great spot for our picnic and we were entertained by a large seagull who desperately wanted some of our left overs.
Sasha arrived that afternoon. ...
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- Free parking