Hotel Sophia Country Club
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Sophia Country Club Sophia Antipolis
Great hotel - good food with lovely presentation- very close to my workplace.
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Cloudy and somewhat rainy day so it was good timing to visit the Liberation Museum where the allies invaded northern and western Holland in February 1944 called Operation market garden. It lasted until the fall of 1944 and many lives were lost, mostly from the paratroopers. We "lounged" in the afternoon as the day was not good for ...
... the bombings and the majority of the town was sparred. Bamberg is one of Europes most beautiful and well preserved medieval cities with a population of 70000 of which 10 percent are students. The highlights of the city are the old city hall, Little Venice and the Cathedral with its famous "Bamberger Rider" sculpture. Bamberg has 9 Breweries in town. We return to the ship at ...
... Castle, home of Princess von Hohenzollern. Before sitting down for our delicious meal we had time to wander around the castle's opulent rooms. Our meal was served in a very large dinning room. During courses we were entertained by some very talented up and coming musicians. We returned to the ship at 10.30pm. Tomorrow our destination is ...
... My first real look at the castle, seen through the awful reflections on the bus window, was beyond exciting. I just wanted to jump up and down in my seat, although I resisted the urge until we were actually walking across the bridge over the first moat.
Rob, one of the assistant directors, and Chelsea, a student who had arrived a day before the rest of us, met us at the gate. As the first bus to arrive, we lugged everyone's ...
... etcetera. There were clogs (klompen in Dutch) in almost every house and many of the people working in the museum wore them. In one of the buildings next to the shipyard Joris kindly asked in Dutch if I might be allowed to try on a pair and the answer was yes! Cannabis, wind mills and clogs. I experienced all three stereotypes in one day. Worry not, there is a lot more to this country than that, no matter what people might think. Similarly, Canadians do not all live in ...