Hotel Juan Beach
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... get a taxi back to the car. So I asked a tall man in a very nice tailored suit for directions to the nearest taxi rank, its french influence in Monaco so he had the accent... I hadn't mentioned this earlier but the french accent makes you melt - it's ok Denham says the same about the women, we're both in love with France ;-) It would have been awesome to stay and check out the Monte Carlo casino and night life but unfortunately its just a drive ...
... my pocket. The train fare cost €5.80, so I was running on "empty" all day. Next week the Monte-Carlo rally is on, so I might end up back....perhaps. I saw my first Bugatti Veyron. There's a photo. In the afternoon, 5 of my fellow classmates went to the village of Eze. (pronounced "ez") to watch the sun go down. We ...
... we cross the street to look at lunch menus - mussels and frites, salade Nicoise, croque monsieur, crepes sucres. We choose a table in the shade and a tapas selection. A greying African man offers us vinyl belts, purses, and beads. Shuttle boats bring cruise ship passengers to shore for a train trip to Nice or an afternoon of shopping. A tourist market has sprung up near the village fountain to offer a convenient selection of ...
... t had a chance to meet anyone at our hostel but we did meet two cats that look almost identical to our cats Comet and Libby! This weekend is their independence day long weekend so the city is flooded with people on vacation. We are waiting for our train, eating Chinese food, watching TV and enjoying the parade of uniformed officers of all kind in Paris. Again, we are glad we came but are ready to move on! More updates to ...
... finally made it to Nice and began our 10 minute walk to our accommodation, Hotel Victor Hugo, which we found without too many problems. Fortunately the owner, Giles and his adorable little dog, Cosette were both waiting for us.
Giles has part of the bottom floor of this charming building which is situated on Rue Victor Hugo, hence the name. He has converted the rooms he owns into B&B/hotel style accommodation with a Les Miserables theme (Victor ...