Hotel Les Terrasses d'Eze
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Travel Blogs from Eze
... and there were a series of enormous flashes of light and loud cracking noises. Quite scary really. Everyone got off the train. it seems that a tree had blown onto the electricity lines and we weren’t going any further. I made my way up the stairs towards the bus and managed to contact some of my colleagues. They heard that the other train which was also at a stand still was about to leave so we figured that if one train could go, the ...
... understand all the complex things that need to be done let alone deal with the different currencies. I am enjoying the challenge at the moment and I like living here. I won’t be here for ever by any means, but for the moment it suits me fine and it has been a good change to my life. I do miss friends and family though and I am hoping that I will see some of you over here sometime soon. It would be lovely to see you. There's a sofa bed available whenever you like ...
... fills everyone with dread that something awful has happened. However we hear this two or three times a day so I don't imagine that there can be that many accidents.... or can there? Can't wait for the weekend though. This working lark is not for me. How nice it was to do nothing! The weather is beginning to warm up. Please send the sun over from your hemisphere to mine. It has done its job with you and now needs to concentrate on this part of the ...
... Johnnie in our group was ready to hitchhike so that we, Bennies, could take the taxi! Shortly, the cabbie learned of an accident at the Eze train station and the station was closed! So thank goodness our Johnnie was unsuccessful in his attempt to hitchhike. Finally, a bigger taxi arrived to take us to the next nearest train station and we got a train back to our home in Cannes. We made it safely back to CIC after a very adventurous day indeed!
... 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 ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services