Hotel Mas de Vence
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Mas de Vence
Travel Blogs from Vence
... for gambling and yachts, and... that's pretty much all we saw, to be honest. It was a cool little place to visit, but we didn't stay for more than an hour. We have better things to do with our money than lose it at the casino-- which you have to pay to enter!
Then we trekked back home to Vence, had dinner, and chatted with Willem and Micheline next door for a while sipping their homemade limoncello. Another great ...
SO... Monaco is approx 2km squared - and it's a country!! Citizenship can be "bought" if you have enough $$, but Arnold Scwarzenneger was refused!! The Grimaldis basically run the joint, and their reign started when one dressed up as a monk, knocked on the palace door and asked for shelter, proceeded to kill the royal family and then claimed the country for his own!! ...can I do that?? lol Anyway, obviously a ...
First day arrived late from Paris and walked into town and stopped in for some pasta. Today we went to Cannes for the day as you do, weather was lovely till around 5 when it rained but saw lots of nice sites and crazy prices (canvas coloured casual runners 200E, bathers 200E but probably made for 3E.. Tomorrow we are off for a cruise to Monaco and the palace.
Monaco was amazing and some much money in one ...
... what seemed like a happy marriage, Queen Jane was “endlessly pursued by her enemies,” including Louis of Hungary, the brother of Andrew (husband number one). Louis arranged for her murder, at age 56, by having her smothered with pillows “in the sombre castle of Muro, in the Apennines.”
La Reine Jeanne was a Queen without honor in her own country—she was said to be very poorly regarded in her native Naples. In ...
... with habits that are, how shall we say, a little unconventional? If so, regale us with a story about them and if it’s suitably gigglesome, we’ll publish it on our fully-digital internet site and furnish you with some freebies. Just saunter over to our web site....”
Well, though undoubtedly riveting, this disquisition on British spuds isn’t getting us any closer to Provence. So back to the station. As we sat on the empty ...