Hotel Reine d'Azur

Address: 29 Promenade du Cap, Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, French Riviera - Cote d'Azur, Provence, 06190, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 29 Promenade du Cap, Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, is near Musee Jean-Cocteau, Promenade Le Corbusier, La Salle des Mariages, and Serre de la Madone.
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      Travel Blogs from Roquebrune-Cap-Martin

      The Griswold's European Vacation

      A travel blog entry by caylameinert on Jun 06, 2014

      119 photos

      ... with the place, the owners, the dogs; everything about the bed and breakfast was perfect.

      We spent that night and the next day relaxing and touring around the small towns of the French Provence. We ended our stay at the Chateau with an amazing 5 course meal in our own private dining room.

      The next day we sadly left the Chateau Talad, with hopes we will one day be back there (maybe even for Tiffany or my wedding?!), and made our way down to Nice in the French ...

      December 6th - Monte-Carlo

      A travel blog entry by emmaandrohan on Dec 06, 2013

      4 photos

      ... and see loads of housing, sometimes a little industrial. And then housing climbed the hillside of the narrow valleys. All the homes were a shade of orange with terracotta roof tiles. The hillsides were also used for farming. There were greenhouses everywhere, terraced crops and vineyards. It seemed every home had a vegetable patch and a green house.

      Soon we were heading off the freeway, and we didn’t have far to go. We stopped off in a ...

      Goodbye Mexico, hello France

      A travel blog entry by ryanpatrick on Nov 10, 2013

      4 comments, 15 photos

      ... up on coffee at the Munich airport which proved to be massive. I remembered on my ticket for my transfer flight to nice it said gate G001. So I made my way there, stopping at around G018; realizing the gate may have changed I checked the nearby flight screen. Sure enough, I needed to be at G064. It took me nearly 15 minutes to walk there!! The airport had so many stores that it made it hard to see the gates. I had reached my designated gate within ...

      Playground of the Rich and Famous

      A travel blog entry by mjc63 on Jul 11, 2013

      4 comments, 14 photos

      ... is enormous and is called the Port of Hercules. The number of luxury yachts and speed boats is mind blowing. We noticed a lot of the boats were from George Town, CI. I enquired as to where that was and it was no surprise to find CI stood for Cayman Islands, one of the best known tax havens on the planet. Well, how can you afford a yacht like that if you have to pay tax?We took a train ride around the city and saw most of ...

      High life

      A travel blog entry by vanivan on Sep 02, 2012

      25 photos

      ... felt centuries out-of-place in the medieval area of Cagnes (which feels more like a lived-in open-air museum), dived head first into giant waves in Nice, and witnessed a double-rainbow framed by both Monaco's palace and casino. Guess there really is gold at the end of a rainbow.

      Oh, and somewhere in all of that, helped carried a grand piano up five flights of stairs.