La Bastide aux Oliviers

Address: 1260 Chemin de la Sine, Vence, French Riviera - Cote d'Azur, Provence, 06140, France | Hotel
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Music, Monte Carlo, More

A travel blog entry by christinakrawec on Aug 05, 2015

... that she agreed to teaching us.

After our lesson, we did some hiking in the backyard of the farmhouse, which was filled with horse riding trails. We would have never seen the quaint French wilderness if we hadn't stayed at this little place, so I'm glad we've had this opportunity.

Then, we decided to go and visit Monte Carlo, because why not? All Jonathan and I really knew about the place was that it ...

The Birthday

A travel blog entry by stuart.e-h on Jun 10, 2015

8 photos

... running between two and three storey houses. The only problem came when leaving, when we failed to find the ticket machine for the carpark. Assuming it must be at the exit barrier, we motored up a single lane ramp, only to find it was not. My sister, being fluent in many languages, was dispatched to find someone to help, as there were others queuing up behind us to get out. After what seemed like an eternity, she came running back saying she needed some coins to ...

Day 7- Cannes (Monte Carlo and Monaco)

A travel blog entry by parkere on Oct 18, 2013

3 comments, 41 photos

... just over-one-hour trip. We left Cannes and went through Nice before arriving into the Principality.

We first visited the Casino at Monte Carlo driving on some of the famous Formula 1 circuit, then made our way to Monaco. There we visited the cathedral, the jardins exotique and the Prince's palace. We had a small amount (1 hour and 10 minutes) of free time ...

A day in Nice

A travel blog entry by rossandbetty on Jul 04, 2013

What better way to start the day , a swim in the Med, followed by alfresco breakfast with freshly squeezed orange juice. People did their own thing before we started on the logistics of collecting cars, bikes and racks. Betty and I met with ...

A most sublime day, Part Two

A travel blog entry by primaryendpoint on Oct 08, 2012

1 comment, 19 photos

... the ring, Andrew was eventually murdered by Louis of Taranto, who according to the web site was “a violent and cruel man.” Cleverly, Andrew was “strangled by a cord and flung from a window,” thereby circumventing the ring’s protective powers. Thus Jane became a widow as the age of nineteen.

Very quickly thereafter Queen Jane married Louis himself, perhaps in self-defense. Perhaps fortuitously, Louis died in ...

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