Hotel Les Terrasses d'Eze
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... children made straight for the pool and I believe one fell in but was rescued fairly quickly. Once upon a time Jacqui drove to and from Monaco every day until she couldn't do it anymore and she now lives in Monaco during the week and drives home at the weekends. Her husband Tony is much older than her, and fairly frail, so I wonder how long she can continue to leave him out in the sticks on his own. Anyway, for the moment they love it and wouldn't swap for ...
... ochre church within (Notre Dame de l’Assomption built in 1764) can be seen from afar. An Egyptian cross inside the church suggests the village's ancient roots, when the Phoenicians erected a temple there to honour the goddess Isis. Traditionally, the territory of the Principality of Monaco was considered to begin in the Èze village (outskirts of Nice), running along the Mediterranean coast to Menton, on the present Italian ...
... a lovely stream. It seemed like the perfect place to stop for a picnic lunch and as David was secretly carrying a bottle of champagne to celebrate AC’s birthday, he was happy to stop. A champagne bottle on ice is not light! We had a gorgeous picnic and popped the champagne in AC’s honour. Afterwards we continued the hike and climbed to the top of a peak to take in the view of Cannes and Mandelieu bay. It was quite a strenuous hike and we were exhausted ...
... numerous carriages sitting in the depot in Nice not being used and they could easily be added to the train allowing more people to travel. Another woman said that it was shameful that we had such poor service and that the trains were always late and very often cancelled due to continuous ongoing strikes. Another said that it was impossible to get to work on time due to the inefficiency of the rail system. And yet another said that the ...
... a cliff walking trail, up the steep steps of the Chemin de la Solitude and then back to the town of Cap D'Ail and along the road through two tunnels to St Laurent d'Eze and up my goat track (chemin de Toscane). I was feeling like I had done a good bit of exercise by the time I arrived home so I sat down to enjoy a lovely lunch in the sun in my courtyard and now I'm putting my feet ...