Hotel Le Saint Paul
Travel Blogs from St-Paul-de-Vence
... at the rich people, but we did manage to enjoy the beautiful weather and took the opportunity to walk to one of the look outs near the edge of the port.
This however is the point where the story starts to get ridiculous.
After making our way to the lookout we decided we wanted to head back to Nice before it got late because we would be leaving the next day and needed to pack. So we began the trek back towards the bus stop.
... that reminds us of the glamour of a bygone era (certainly could have been a setting for the Great Gatsby!). However, juxtaposed against this amazing structure is a small gambling area, with relatively few options. There are a number of private rooms and salons surrounding the main gambling floor, and that is certainly where all of the high roller action is — out of the way of curious tourists. It is still fun to see, and enjoy the "scene".
... We have, however, never been here before in July and after being in the Dordogne for a week where it was nice and quite, are finding ourselves being rather annoyed at all the tourists. Saint-Paul or Saint-Paul-de-Vence is a walled town and one of the oldest medieval towns on the French Riviera, it is well known for its modern and contemporary art museums and galleries such as Fondation Maeght which is definitely worth a ...
... accent" and started to chit chat with us. She gave us her whole schpeal (is that how it's spelled? Probably not) about how she was from Orlando and how she just quit her job to go on this trip around Europe. She mentioned that she started in London, made her way to Paris, the down to Barcelona and now was going to Nice which was exactly the same route we had taken. She started telling us how she was making her way to Greece where she was supposed to get on a cruise around the Greek ...
... have too much money! We explored for a while but did not gamble because we do not have my moms luck with casinos. Another good night sleep and we will be ready to head to Florence tomorrow. Xoxoxo Fun facts: You always know when a royal is home because the flag is flying above the palace. Monaco is the second smallest country in the world after Vatican City (I however did not even know that Vatican city was a country so I found that part interesting on its ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet