Hotel Le Saint Paul
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... de Vence was a very pretty village on the top of the hill, filled with many art galleries, as well as all of the English-speaking tourists who went up into the villages from Cannes and Nice. More North Americans in those two hours then we had seen in the previous two weeks. The art galleries were very interesting and unique enough that we decided not to go up to the private museum with all of the sculptures. The trip to the Vence was pretty disappointing, as ...
... so Wendy explored some on her own. It was a quaint, fantastic town and the photos don't do it justice. This visit was on Wendy's bucket list! All too soon we had to board the bus and head towards our next stop at the Rothchild Villa about an hour away. Unfortunately when we got there it was very hot and we had to walk uphill for 400 metres to get to the villa. John and many others struggled with this and our tour guide did not wait so we tried to figure out what to ...
... When I got home it was time to shower and get all dressed up to go and play with the rich and famous in Monaco! Unfortunately we had the wrong time for the bus and missed it so we had to take a nice company taxi instead. At least it had more style than a bus to turn up to Monaco in :P the driver also gave us a free tour around the main area of Monaco and pointed out the boarder and important buildings and locations. He also told us a ...
... sale, except they were spread out along the path up to the village. Parking was crazy, with every spare cm being used. Our guide had to park back at the perfume factory and then meet us on the way up. It is a pedestrian only zone except for the 5-star hotel guests where there was parking provided. However we did pass a few hotel staff lugging bags down the stairs and paths. Half way up the hill was a defibrillator kit and we noticed more in Monaco as well. ...
The cabin inspired corridors lead into a room which is spacious, light and decorated in neutral colors of white and soft blues with a contemporary luxury finish. The massive glass patio doors open out onto a large private terrace with views glimpsing the opulent Casino, even more impressive come evening when lights cast the grand peaks of the casino roof proudly into the dark sky.
Up onto the seventh floor ...