No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Lucciola Santo Stefano al Mare
Travel Blogs from Santo Stefano al Mare
... br> We met Ailan at the Dauphins Stadium, Le Stade Nicois around 1pm on Saturday. He offered to drive, so the three of us piled into his car, and off we went. We weren't driving for more than 5 minutes before our tour begun. Ailan is a wealth of knowledge and was able to share interesting facts and tidbits of information as we drove past buildings, art, and monuments I hadn't even noticed before. Our first stop was along the Moyenne corniche. There ...
... the ticket office and were told by the cashier that they were setting up for a private function.
A private function? We’d walked and climbed and fallen over and broken and passed out and patched up and almost come to tears (sorry, forgot to mention that part) only to be told there was a private function?
Utterly destroyed by this news I turned to Steven, “Come on," I said. "Let’s see if we can find somewhere to get this camera ...
... we couldn't find it so we went to the beach. Sadly mum couldn't find her togs so she went to look for a bikiniwhile she was out we went for a swim and went snorkeling and saw a 20cm fish swimming round - they were amazing. Then she came back with no bikini but she did bring lunch. So we had a bite to eat then left the beach. We went back home and went to the pool at the apartment. Then we wrote some emails and had dinner. By ...
... at the rich people, but we did manage to enjoy the beautiful weather and took the opportunity to walk to one of the look outs near the edge of the port.
This however is the point where the story starts to get ridiculous.
After making our way to the lookout we decided we wanted to head back to Nice before it got late because we would be leaving the next day and needed to pack. So we began the trek back towards the bus stop.
... counting the Mercedes and the BMWs (they use Mercedes for taxis; fer cripes' sake!)
I counted 3 Rolls Royces (including the one seen here), 3 Bentleys, at least 4 Porsches, 1 Aston Martin, 1 Jaguar, 1 Ferrari (red), 1 Lamborghini, and 2 Smart Cars!