Les Deux Freres
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... spectacular. In the harbors the yachts are a sight to see. Many world class yachts to rival the biggest and most luxurious. To say that this the area of the rich and famous would maybe be understating it. The traffic and amount of people are in abundance. We actually had to stay at another hotel because the usual one was booked from the amount of people visiting Monaco for the yacht show. Then on to the palace of Monaco, and the church where Grace Kelley is buried. ...
We held our memorial meeting this morning in our hotel room. We listened to another exhort by Bro. Harry Tenant which we enjoyed. He also touched on a couple of things he had mentioned in the last exhort we had listened to.
We then packed up all our luggage and left it in the car before heading out to explore Nice. We had discovered some markets that we were interesting in looking at yesterday so that was where we were going today. Eli had ...
... To be perfectly honest I would rather poke myself in the eye than watch formula 1, it seems to me that only the beginning and the end have any action, the rest is just noise, and Martin isn't much more enthusiastic. As a result our knowledge is rather limited, so we didn't know we were headed toward the most famous bend in the world, but we were, and there it was, Fairmount bend, not sure how much those hotel rooms go for during the race but we imagine it is an awful lot.
I had been so wrapped up in the surreality of the past week, that the concept of university had completely slipped my mind. The first day was a disaster.
We were under the impression our first day would consist of a French class and then an orientation. However little did we know, a full day of lectures was waiting for us after orientation. it was all just so overwhelming, and we were under the impression now that this was going to be an ...
... realizing the bouncer at the Billionaire's Club was my off-duty policeman friend from Nice, and the Swedes giving me a ride home in a Lotus) comforted me that my "Gump-ness" has not yet worn off just because I’m now a married woman, the chapter that’s endured the last 12 years of my life is finally coming to a close. I now find more pleasure in sipping on a Bordeaux with my Dutchman over a heated game of rummy than spraying Cristal into a crowd of ...