Le Mas d'Artigny
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... away from the cars you register how magnificent the actual building is. So we decide to have a coffee at the restaurant outside the casino, Cafe de Paris. I'd read about it, pay a ridiculous amount for a coffee but gives you a great view point to gawk at all the high rollers. So yes paid 5.50 euro for coffee and 15 euro for ice cream sunday - around $30 AUS, and it was **** coffee, ice cream was good though, It was fun just sitting and watching. Lots of rich and loud ...
... to the Chateau or Castle Hill. It allows you to have 10 mins there for the amazing view over the city (the 5th largest in France) and the sea. In the front carriage of the train was a bride and groom and some of her wedding party!! It was a great way to orientate ourselves, after we eventually found it. We went to where the map said it left from, but there was no sign there opposite the park on the promenade. Then I saw on the back of the map, that it was opposite ...
... on the train and an important tip for everyone - it really pays to exit the right side of the station as we painstakingly found out going the long way round to our hotel carrying our luggage up numerous amounts of stairs and hills - well Chris did anyway ha ha ha! Lived it up like the rich had dinner at Cafe de Paris and tried our luck at the ...
... in the afternoon sitting by the pool at our hotel, doing some research and planning for the next few days.
We had dinner at a lovely little restaurant not far from our hotel- Villa Nicholas Juste. No English version of the menu here! And the gorgeous waitress (who reminded us of Denise!) had very little English. So we ordered 'blind', after a few quick sneaks in the French dictionary. Divine ...
... time on tour and watched the BBC news. Not the most action packed days but still fun and not to ******* the wallet. The hotel is a bit more upmarket and spacious, Three beds in the room and the Mag took one over in the corner as far from me as possible. The bathroom was bigger than Villefranche but the shower was the smallest I have ever been in. I couldn't turn around without banging into either the walls or knocking the tap, it was incredible. Tomorrow ...
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