Hotel Juan Beach
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
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Wow what a day. It began with Katie and I having a 2 hour walk up to the lighthouse...this took us along the waterfront through the old town into the newer parts....I love this time of the morning the soft colours make every site a picture worth taking. At the lighthouse we had 360 views...stunning. Then down past the houses ( hardly houses) of the very rich and possibly famous. Back to our fab ...
... with deck chairs and above were there hoses/pipes letting out vapor, one could sit read a book and have those lovely smells, great We went on another small train around the village, the streets were so narrow there would heave been lucky to be 6 I cheers on each side. We spend so long here that we had no time to go to the Musée d'art Classique de Mougins which was a shame as it has art from 5000 years ago to today-maybe next ...
... the marina in awe we walked the sea wall to reach the most beautiful gardens everything here is dedicated to princess grace. So many things are in her honor, from a road to a statue. We then went to the cathedral of Monte Carlo which isn't as impressive as some of those we have seen but it does have a very futuristic looking organ at the back. It's also white so from outside it looks picture perfect. Next stop was the royal palace. ...
Up at 7am and away right on eight. Dan had advised that it would be about an hours drive around the M25 to Gatwick, and as we had a 10:55 flight we should have plenty of time.. Zipped past Heathrow and after looking at a watch headed over into the fast lane. Very few speed cameras over here apparently!
Half way around we came across a prang on the ...
... in Nice,(according to one website we read). It turned out to be more like a stew with slices of beef and plenty of tender gnocchi. I had a red mullet filet with lemon sauce that came with a small, round quiche. Desserts were apple tart and a nougat ice cream. A Provence rose wine accompanied the meal, and an espresso topped it off. ...