Hotel Belles Rives
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... gave the waterfront and through the Japanese gardens which were just beautiful, it was a bit crazy to find somewhere so peaceful and tranquil with the main road / Grand Prix circuit right next to use the kids loved the koi carp swimming around them After walking through the gardens we arrived at larvotto beach, It was a very warm day and the private beach parasols and cabanas were all booked so we bought a beach parasol and a LILO - a good investment we thought as ...
... would help with getting through until the next wash, but we couldn't find the department store we were told about and the other shops were very high end! We found an amazing fruit market and got some delicious strawberries. The range of tomatoes and the colour of them was incredible! We grabbed a picnic lunch in the end and spent the rest of the day at the beach. It was about 29 degrees today so the water was perfect but it's a pebble beach with a drop off to the water and I ...
... close to 2 Ferraris and anybody driving them was using plenty of revs, even though they had to be in first gear - still sounded nice though!
The rest of our quiche and sandwhich was devoured behind the Casino overlooking the harbour. I was a bit disappointed in the number of super yachts in port. Westhaven on a good day would do as well. No doubt they wer all away somewhere warmer.
We stepped inside the Casino briefly just to say we had been there and ...
... paper for dipping the socca in. It was a delicious as well as entertaining breakfast. After wandering around the old city, we made the climb up Castle Hill for panoramic views of the city and coast. It was a good prep for the mountains we will be in tomorrow. A fortified castle, now in ruins, used to occupy the heights, which is now a park. The area also includes a Jewish cemetery with a monument to Holocaust victims and a separate Christian cemetery and ...
Breakfast at the Sainte Valerie is served in the courtyard, which has a natural canopy from large magnolia trees and other vines. The tables are arrayed throughout the courtyard, and they have a large buffet with several stations throughout, including fresh bread and pastries, fruit, yogurt and cheese. The coffee area was great, with a cappuccino machine and unlike all the other breakfast buffets we enjoyed, these folks had an egg station, where they ...