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Travel Blogs from Saint-Jeannet
... option... The clerk at the Citadines was most helpful and found us an alternate hotel fortunately, after 2 hours of ringing around. We really appreciated her assistance. After arriving at our new hotel, which was situated at The Acropolis, we then ventured out for some dinner and a walk through Nice's Old Town. After our stressful afternoon we decided to call it a day and headed to bed early as we had to be up for a tour the next ...
After a lovely breakfast on the terrace I took a walk through a sleepy St Jeannet on a beautifully clear Sunday morning. We had a short burst of showers yesterday afternoon and it made the air even cleaner, clearer and a bit cooler. The light here which has delighted so many of the Impressionist painters was even sharper and more beautiful this morning
I loved hearing the morning sounds as the town ...
... so chairs are best. Plus, "all my stuff" is not in Nice. So I opted for a private beach. Castel Plage was perfect. Since the morning was already gone, I only paid for a half day rental of a beach lounge chair plus umbrella. The establishment lays a thick canvas "carpet" down to the sea, so patrons don't have to worry about walking on the pesky pebbles. I had my handy little water shoes, anyway, so the pebbles ...
... The atmosphere on the bus was awesome. We were all singing and some people were even dancing in the aisle. Martin joined in on the fun and put on a light show for us with the lights inside the bus haha :-P We got to drive on the formula 1 track for a bit in Monaco which was pretty cool. Andreanne played this formula 1 club music haha :-) We walked into the casino which was a little disappointing. It was sooo expensive for a drink and it ...
... Jeannette is far far up the mountains behind Nice - only 17km, but takes about 40minutes to negotiate the narrow roads. It's overshadowed by a couple of rocky peaks. Old houses cascade down near vertical hillside. Cobblestone lanes wind randomly through the town - one eve n goes though the bottom floor of the auberge - splitting the bottom floor in two. Should have just stayed on the mountain, but we felt me had to push on and see some of the riviera. Drove the High Corniche - ...
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed