Hotel Royal Riviera
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- Minbar in room
- Heated pool
- Russian TV Channels Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
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The full team had a leisurely day. We started with an outing to our nearby perfume factory - the Costa family owned Fragonard Perfumery is right next to the hotel. Interestingly they hold out that they do not sell online and do not distribute through the ...
... of what most definitely inspired the name for this region, being an almost other worldly azure color. The backdrop to Palomar beach was a horseshoe shaped inlet that framed Cap Ferrat and all around that inlet were stunning homes in which ridiculously lucky people were treated to this view day in and day out. We were graciously directed to three chaises right along the water by the eager to ...
... It's often hard to get dinner before 7pm, just not the French way, but alas it is very multu-cultural and cater big tine to the English an Italians. We then walked in and explored the city. On our we we found some interesting and some beautiful statues and street art. We did find a great well endowed statue of Apollo (which we later discovered had been taken down for 20 years as it was considered a bit too risqué and too well endowed but then ...
... city bigger by extending beyond its walls. Another part of history I did not know was that the at one time the plague actually started in Marseilles The plague started after a merchant ship carrying silk and fabrics from the East broke the quarantine rules and came straight into the port. The Captain was aware he had sick people on board including the ships doctor but wanted the money from the sale of his wares so came anyway with resulted in tragic consequences.
... to be maintained in any real way. It isn't a particularly large one compared to other more important ones, but we found it pretty amazing. You could see how the seating (for about 5,000) was tiered above the arch entrance ways and there were rooms to the side. From here we went to the Archeology Museum which just for today was closed until 12 as was the Matisse Museum. So we headed through the extensive olive groves to the Franciscan Monastery that was also in the ...