Hotel Les Terrasses d'Eze
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Travel Blogs from Eze
... side church of Eze, which were amazingly beautiful during the sunset. After we finished our exploration, we headed to dinner. We were starving from our explorations (or at least I was!). I had a traditional French onion soup followed by beef lasagna with a bottle of Coca-cola. At the small table next to us was a Frenchman who worked at one of the luxury hotels nearby. We talked about French history, French culture (and food!), and ...
... the road and we were met by one of the hotel staff who told us we'd need to walk up to the top to check in and he'd take care of our bags (only later I realised that there was no special lift or dumb waiter for this, the poor guy sherpered them up himself!) We played the honeymoon card and got given the "prince of Sweden's personal library" room (photo) which had an amazing view - even from the shower (photo again). It also had a creepy secret door into the room next door and ...
... reminds me of a natural version of Gardens by the Bay!
Motto of Eze was " Moreindo Renascor" or "In death I am reborn".
There some hotel there too and wow the porters going up with the luggages were quite amazing.
Buses ran very irregularly so as to not wait 3 hours for the next bus to Monaco we rushed through the village. It would have otherwise been nice to spend the afternoon there. With its chapel, great views and quaint ...
... day (4th) we walked along the beach. It was a day of firsts: first time walking on a rocky beach and first time in the Mediterranean Sea. We mumbled around and found our way on top of this mountain/hill. It had great panorama views of the city. On top of the mountain was one of the coolest jungle gyms I have ever seen. I have included a picture of it, but if you can't see it, basically its a Boy Scout's knot project on steroid. It was just a web of rope that you can climb and swing ...
... see the most ridiculous super-yachts and the casino. The air there practically smells like money and I felt completely out of place even just walking around. The streets were lined with every kind of luxury car imaginable and while I don't give two ***** about luxury vehicles it was difficult not to notice them.
The old town is one of the cutest that I have been to, with markets ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services