Nemea Appart'Hotel Residence Green Side
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... and Tim being a lover of fine cars enjoyed drooling.
Thursday saw Tim, Grantley and I head of for a sightseeing run, I lead them up to the Palace a few nice climbs on the way we then had a long breaky with the Stevens overlooking the boats that park just off shore each day. We had more pool time and then took a trip up to the old town near the Prince's Palace. A little touristy in parts so best to stay of the beaten track ...
... elevate again tonight. No scheduled programme till 1.30 so we breakfasted at 9 then headed off for a wander along the promenade and looked at other things along the waterfront. Took in all the sights, walked along the beach which is stones and uncomfortable I am sure for all the sunbAthers there. They can't mind too much as they were there in their hundreds in varying States of dress or undress. Some burnt black from the sun. The beach itself steeply fell ...
... food is alright, but hardly exceptional, and I have a hard time believing that this is the one star restaurant listed on our program. Or perhaps, as Bob said, the the restaurant may have been one star, but our meal was not.
In 1979, Mr. Massa, a Canadian tire magnate bought a mountain in Les Arcs sur Argens and created the Chateau Font du Broc, a boutique olive growing and wine estate that is also known for breeding and ...
... and our room is amazing – the biggest balcony I have seen at a hotel, overlooking the water and marina. We went for a walk and there is a beach 5 minutes away, which we may use tomorrow.
Tonight we took the optional evening excursion into Monte Carlo. We had dinner, and we went into the church where Princess Grace and Prince Rainier are buried and also where they ...
... presented in a little stack and quite delicious; at the end when we asked for our bill we found out that the water was very pricey (€30 for 6x 500 mL bottles- my salad was €15). After dinner we went to try our luck. A couple of people had a go at the tables, but as there were very few available (as most of the casino is in private rooms, which we were too poor to be granted access) most people hit the pokies. The ...