La Calanque

Av. Henry-Clews, La Napoule, Provence, 06210, France | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from La Napoule

Lost, Found, then Lost - Part 1

A travel blog entry by sverregunnersen

1
6

... to be extremely steep, but once at the top we saw some amazing views. We had missed the changing of the guard by 20 minutes, which was a bit sad, because of my drama with the Andy Straps. We could have gone inside the palace, but the queue was enormous and it was quite expensive, so we decided to head off. I plotted a course that took us through the hotel tunnel (the same tunnel that is so famous in the Grand Prix), and we were off to ...

Hey big spender

A travel blog entry by emseurope

10

Monaco


After a day of driving throughout the French riveria and along the Cote d'Azurwe checked into the hotel dressed ourselves up then took the hour long drive to Monaco. We walked put to the top of the hill to the vantage point looking down onto the smallest country in the world being 1sq mile. This look out is right next to the Palace which was spectacular in itself and a little weird that its right there! We made our way to a small family ...

Monaco

A travel blog entry by mcclure

5

... will be closed. They were also setting up in Monaco.

We visited the botanic gardens which where beautiful followed by the Monaco Grand Prix track.

Monac is very nice however very expensive. ...

Day 11 - "Calanques rouges"

A travel blog entry by rmhero

8

... repeatedly, for about 20 miles. Yachts were parked in the calanques and people were swimming and jetskiing, despite the lack of population. I thought that it wouldn't be so bad a vacation to take a yacht from Saint-Tropez or Cannes and sleep in these calanques, away from the oppressive wealth of the Cote d'Azur.
We stopped for lunch at a small shack on top of one of these hills, and were served by an old woman who spoke decent English. When we asked her to ...

Day 18, 19, 20 - Beginning Busabout

A travel blog entry by lauren-brendan

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30

... we showered then headed back to the Fruit and Flower market, which turns into a row of restaurants at night. Nice gets very busy in the evening with families and friends heading out for dinner and socialising. Seafood is popular here, with Mussels (not as big as our green-lipped NZ kind) and chips being on the menu of most restaurants. Of course, we needed to try them, so we were served a mountain of them (along with Pizza and wine) and proceeded to get through them. ...

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