Hotel Belles Rives
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... week we have tried to prepare our hearts for what we consider to be the most significant part of our year abroad--our spiritual journey. We will be in Israel with Faith Bible Chapel from September 6-18 followed, almost immediately, by the Camino de Santiago pilgrimage in northern Spain. We certainly understand our nearly ninety year old mothers' concerns. As one of our friends stated, "Most parents ...
... day Ben had been dealing with server problems, I had just stuffed the items into the first place I could without taking the time to put them back where they belong, and they had then been covered by the bag's base. I was happy that the lost items had been recovered, but annoyed that I'd spent money and wasted time rushing around for really no reason. Anyway, we were finally underway. We rode to Monaco, and tried to get parking ...
... Being Sunday it proved trickier than we first thought, but a few blocks away we found a nice Italian restaurant (it seemed that it was only Italian or Chinese cafes that were open, or expensive ones along the Promenade). Greg had seafood linguine, which was mostly mussels, a specialty of the area, and I had ricotta ravioli followed by a cappuccino. We enjoyed the walk home. It is lovely being only two short blocks from the Promenade - very convenient and not touristy.
... serious inquiries. Although the house has a Belle Epoque grace, the truly wealthy may bypass it in favor of a more prestigious waterfront villa.
The Cote D'Azur has a long history of ostentatious houses and their equally over-the-top owners. We visited the Villa Kerylos, the residence of Theo Reinach, a wealthy Paris intellectual (he and his brothers Joseph and Salomon were ...
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 ...