Hotel Les Chamois
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Les Chamois La Bollene Vesubie
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... walked for an hour trying to find the Monte Carlo casino. Once found, I was only going to walk around the outside, but Dorothy walked right up to the front door and in we went with no problem. I thought we had to be 'dressed' but it was fine. We have been here several times and this is the first time we have ever gone in (thank you Dorothy) and it is magnificent. Paul had ...
... The specialty stores abound and the selection was decadent. An entire shop of olives, one of oils, of nuts. There were perfumeries, and luxury soap and body cream stores on every corner. Fabric stores, ceramics, kitchen shops, antiques, jewellery stores, designer clothing. By supper hour the shoppers were returning home to their five star accommodations and overburdened hotel valets suddenly had the job of carting armloads of purchases inside from the driveways.
... veggies were delish and the little roast potatoes were yum too! Desert I got the good old apple tart. Everyone enjoyed their food and we had a good night. From there we drove up the the casino which is like a grand building. We assumed that it used to be something else in the past like most big things like that in Europe but no it was builder to be the casino! Outside the carpark was filled with Ferrari's, Roles Royce's and other lavish cars! This brings me to the ...
... pretty town right on the coast, just west of Nice. There was a beautiful beach again, and an ancient fort high on a hill which we hiked over to. On our way back home we stopped for a beer/wine and a nutella crepe. How is It that Nutella tastes so good here? I seriously need to bring some home with me!
After another wonderful dinner – this time duck and grilled vegetables with a cherry pie made with cherries from the garden, we are now hanging out about to go to bed, So, Bon ...
And in between the lull and the goodbyes this happened:
I joined the Berthemont-les-Bains choir while I was staying with Liz and Mel. It sounds a little grander than the four-women-two-men-setup it actually was. Having joined in several rehearsals and made a good go of learning songs in six different languages it seemed right to jump on a morning bus from a cold Nice for a 90-minutes of stop start traffic followed by continous winding up the Vesubie valley to a ...