Garden Beach Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Garden Beach Hotel Juan-les-Pins
Travel Blogs from Juan-les-Pins
... his wife, Princess Charlene. Everyday at11:55 there is a ceremonial changing of the guard in the square in front of the palace. The old section is also the site of the cathedral where centuries of monarchs are buried. Princess Grace's tomb was the only one covered by flowers, but Prince Rainier's tomb also had a few, almost as an afterthought. At the museum ...
-Got on the train and went down to Monte Carlo, Morocco. -It is the nicest, richest place -Ferraris, Rolls-Royce, Lambos, Bentleys, Mazaratti, Mercs everywhere on the streets driving past -Went to the car stores -Local main beach -Looked at the yachts, the size of hotels -Went through the tunnel the grand prix goes through -Saw the palace of the prince -Got back to Nice and played cards with Eliza (Aus) and Sunny (Norway) who had moved into our room. Cruisy ...
... Cabin crew that's 20 minutes to landing" came across the tannoy as we started to descend. Outside the patchy cloud has suddenly changed and up to now I have been watching the fields and roads below us, this has now all disappeared into a thick layer of cloud. "Leeds/bradford airport has blustery wind from the north and light rain" the tannoy continues to announce. So no need for that sun cream this afternoon then ...
... admiring it. At that moment I took back my thoughts about its lack of splendor. It was simply gorgeous and romantic - so many people sitting on the grass with their wine taking it in.
(27) We got up early to go to the Louvre. It's humongous! We found out after the fact that U-25 get in for free. Shiza. But of course they don't REALLY advertise this. Valuable information I can pass on. I guess... I find you get exhausted in these places really fast from all the ...
... a friendly local person who also happened to be Chinese.
It was raining really hard out and we were sitting in the covered patio area. I enjoyed the people-watching while we waited for our food. Our server had to prepare a seafood mix tray and we were amazed by his skilled hands as he was holding an umbrella with one hand and cracking open the oyster shells with the other hand. We both had a three-course lunch special and the food ...