La Reserve De Beaulieu & Spa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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A beautiful hotel in beautiful location
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... drive to Nizza to fly...take a helicopter. Why not eh. Before we got off the bus we were also told to feel perfectly safe as there was NO crime in Monaco. Also warned that everywhere, including elevators were fitted with CCTV so to behave ourselves!
This particular garage belonged to the Monaco Oceanographic Museum and Aquarium which would be one of ...
... with around 16 items at a time for far far too long. With the weather outside not looking so hot, it wasn't the worst thing in the world. From there we headed back to the apartment and cooked up some great food. I must say over the last week we have recreated Masterchef in our apartment with Dina and I cooking beautifully season steaks, sausages, stir fry, chicken fajitas, spaghetti bolognese and a few other spectacular ...
... skirt Monaco. F1 was there yesterday, for the last week. Its called the circus. It hadn't prepared us for the super yachts that were in the bay, and when we stopped to photograph them we could see the rest moored in the harbour. Couldn't resist the chance to join the crush of the kingdom and see how the other half tolerate the tourists. Yep the yachts are huge, yep the people a beautiful, yep the town was heaving, yep the scooter riders are still crazy, ...
... a real empathy for the deaf and the challenges they must face. Next time I see a deaf person, I'll be reminded of how fortunate we all are, and the importance of sound, and noise. Even the annoying noise, such as the poorly controlled babies squealing the plane down as I write this.
Arrival into Nice was unique, certainly the prettiest airport I've been to. It's situated right next to the sea in a sort of enclave. On approach the aircraft heads out to sea and then ...
... no line! We hopped on and rode to the hilltop view of the Royal Palace. As Palaces go, it didn’t seem to live up to the hype so we didn’t hop off. In no time we were back to the cruise and realized with the exception of the Palace hill one could walk the entire length of the principality in 30 minutes or so and the Hop off bus was exposed as a rip-off with twelve stops.
We explored all corners of ...