Hotel Le Saint Paul
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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The single most amazing modern art museum I have ever seen. Even the building itself is impressive. Built for Aimé and Marguerite Maeght (with input from artists Miró and Chagall), it is set in gorgeous park like surroundings.
I had already taken a couple photos outside before we found out the entrance fee was €5 more if you wanted to take photos so we bought the book instead. You can get an idea of the building and spaces ...
... We then repacked and unsuccessfully tried to make our cases weigh no more than 20 kilograms for our flight tomorrow. We threw out a few things but ...... John went down to checkout early and get rid of our rubbish and came back all flustered. There were loads and loads of elegantly dressed sexy looking women in the lobby. As if his heart wasn't already strained from the day's walking and climbing in the heat! We leave at 9:15 tomorrow so that's pretty reasonable. Off to ...
... the coast was pretty nice, and it really showed why this is called the Azur Coast. The color of the water here is just incredible. I had been warned before I came here that the beaches in Nice were not the best, and I finally saw that for myself when I arrived. The water is beautiful, but the beach is all rocky. They look like pretty smooth rocks, but still, it doesn’t look nice to lie on. That didn’t stop anyone by the looks of it, there ...
... Paul got 'Most photos taken' and Dorothy, Maija and I got 'Most scarves worn'. Lots of fun. Today was Maryse's birthday so a few of us met in the bar at 10:30 to have a drink in celebration. (I was already in my pj's when Dorothy called to say what was happening). Susan, Becky, Tina, Julia and Steve, Dorothy, Maryse and I. Steve bought a round of Kir for everyone. It was a very nice way to end the ...
... as to why I was covered in dirt. I gave him my saddest face and asked for directions to the bus stop to Nice. He pointed across the street. We had miraculously emerged from the tunnel exactly by the bus stop for Nice.
So while we had not chosen the wisest route, we did manage to make it to the bus stop. We were covered in dirt but we made it none-the-less. As Leah and I sat at the bus stop we began to laugh about how ridiculous this ...