Hotel Residence Mediterraneo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We spent 4 nights on the water in a Best Western. Our activities varied each day. The first day we started walking along the Water edge (Medetteraean) towards Cap Martin. It was lovely and warmed up as we walked until finally we saw the great Monaco in the distance. On our return, be quite famished, we got a fabulous seafood lunch on the water. The next day, Holly and Mary Anne went via bus to Monaco. They reported having a fabulous ...
... Fri - Grasse to Nice Dawdle over 42 km 250 m. The weather was universally excellent with sunscreen required. Lunch is at whatever town punctuates the ride between 1:00 & 2:30. A superb lunch was had on Thursday at Coursegoules where a meal of coarse pâté, salad, preserved mushrooms, onion jelly, pickles and fresh bread, all home made and in worker quantities, was put on by the only shop open in the town. It was highly rated. Often it was pizza or a ...
... like a top holiday spot in good weather with lots of hiking, swimming, camping options throughout the area.
Besides...who goes to an amazing canyon and only sees it by bus? We did...well no...almost.
One saving grace was a 30minute stop in cute village with an interesting patisserie.
... some vegetables (by day 4). After walking around trying to find and failing to find a 'healthy' quick snack that wasn't pizza or white bread roll or pastry...we succumbed to a restaurant meal - a Nicoise Salad each - 14 Euro each...thats like $23 for a salad! Ridiculous. Was a nice salad I must say ha!
The photos really don't do this place justice. And yes...I really wanted to swim...maybe another time.
I am grouping the first three days as 2 were spent getting to our first real destination, San Remo Italy where we will sleep for 6 nights. Day tours take place from San Remo and back every day.
Day 1 740 km started at 3am, with the bus departing Szeged at 3.50am. We had to travel to Budapest first to pick up the rest of the passengers at 7am. Turns out our bus was the 'feeder bus' for more than one tour. ...