Hotel Jean Freville
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Beaulieu
Today was Anzac day and for some reason I woke at 2am and couldn't get back to sleep. So I turned on my radio app and listened to the ABC news. Prince William made his Anzac day speech followed by Tony Abbott. Ifelt quite nostalgic and homesick and proud to be Australian all together. Anzac day has not been something I normally relate to but here I was feeling a connection and the poignancy of the moment. I thought of Dax and Jai who were planning to go to ...
The sun was shining, the sea was sparkling – we were in the ultimate playground of the rich and famous.
On board a Monte Carlo hop on hop off bus, we were able to take in where the wealthy play – a tax haven and home to one of the oldest and most famous Formula One Grands Prix – the starting grid visible as we drove past.
We travelled ...
... all we could say. Wow. Such a vast view over the whole nice. Down the promenade and all over old town. Beautiful!! Now we headed back all the way down and we were off for the beach! We walked a different way back down and saw an archeological site with people working on it. That was really cool ! We
walked past another lookout that looked toward the other side of nice
and over the port. The yachts and boats were so impressive! One in
particular, Excellence V, was huge!!!!
Each morning Sarka and I board the bus, we also see many students boarding the bus to school. Here in Nice, the students don't take a yellow school bus, but simply take public transport. Overall it seems that young people here are much, much more independent than most kids in the U.S. Well at least compared to the suburbs where I live and teach, as I can't speak for the entire country.
Each morning at American schools there is a line of cars ...
... on a guided tour of the cave. The tour was in French but we were given a written English translation which was helpful. That was followed by a guided tour of a well-preserved French Chateau, Le Chateau de Barben. It was also very interesting to see how wealthy French people lived over the past 500 years or so. The guided tour was also in French with a written English translation. Our final destination was the village of Saint Remy de Provence which had ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Jean Freville Beaulieu
Other places to stay in Beaulieu
3 bld Marechal Joffre, Beaulieu | 3 star hotelfrom $149
7, avenue Edith Cavell, Beaulieu | 4 star hotelfrom $124
25, Boulevard Marinoni, Beaulieu | 2 star hotelfrom $136
5 Boulevard du Marechal Leclerc, Beaulieu | 5 star hotelfrom $468
2, boulevard Eugene Gauthier, Beaulieu | 1 star hotelfrom $124
29 bd. du Marechal-Joffre, Beaulieu | Hotelfrom $103
6, rue Paul Doumer, Beaulieu | Hotelfrom $79
18 av. Albert-1er, Beaulieu | Hotelfrom $97
9 bis Avenue Albert 1er, Beaulieu | Hotelfrom $98
47 boulevard Marinoni, Beaulieu | 3 star hotelfrom $71
15 Boulevard du Marechal-Leclerc, Beaulieu | Hotelfrom $197
4, PLACE CHAMP DE MARS - 19120 SUR DORDOGNE, Beaulieu | 3 star hotelfrom $94
1 Rue Andre Cane, Beaulieu | Hotelfrom $102