Pierre & Vacances Residence Costa Plana

Address: Avenue du General de Gaulle, Cap d'Ail, French Riviera - Cote d'Azur, Provence, 06320, France | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on Avenue du General de Gaulle, Cap d'Ail, is near Exotic Garden (Jardin Exotique), Larvotto Beach, Louis II Stadium, and Prehistoric Anthropology Museum (Musee d'Anthropologie Prehistorique).
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      Travel Blogs from Cap d'Ail

      Monaco......Smell the money

      A travel blog entry by dani.searle1 on Oct 18, 2014

      1 comment, 7 photos

      ... and no videos. Are they serious??? We are seniors! How we supposed to remember anything without the pictures? Told PC I would down load the photos and cut and paste them instead. Bloody cheek! 2. The Cathedral...where he married the beautiful Grace Kelly when she was 25 years old and where he buried her after her too early demise, rendering him broken hearted. Fricking thing was closed to the public due to some toffy wog wedding! In they piled, guests shrouded ...

      Spinning

      A travel blog entry by ashpiccirillo on Jun 05, 2013

      2 photos

      Don't really feel like doing anything today...

      We drove from Barcelona to Nice, via Arles for lunch. Arles is a beautiful old town with a mini colosseum (it is an old bull fighting ring) and houses with colourful old shutters. I really liked it. We had ice cream for lunch (I think we can do whatever we feel like today, no guilt...). I tried to order it in French. The guy answered me with a confused Canadian accent. Typical. ...

      Nice was nice

      A travel blog entry by jscahill on Jun 26, 2012

      ... and getting a pretty good tan though! The water was so blue and clear, and you could easily swim out to the sailboats without being afraid of a shark attack - it was perfect. Also the first beach had pebbles on the ground instead of sand, which I loved because it didn't get in every single part of my bag and all stuck to my skin like sand always does. The second night we were there, we continued our going out streak and went to this place called Wayne's where ...

      Movin' on up

      A travel blog entry by kellyo on Mar 19, 2012

      6 comments

      ... die from my love of nutella.

      5. I can pass for a high school student and get into museums at a discounted price.

      6. The French are very nice when you butcher their language but look really frightened and sad while you do it. This will also get them to put your mobile minutes on your phone for you.

      7. Wells Fargo customer service representatives are still nice after you call them names, although ...

      Oh, Those Interesting Italians!

      A travel blog entry by sherri3vol on May 28, 2011

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... others meandering to another small street. We have already walked to Piazza San Marco (we're staying in this area), the large public square, where we sat and watched all the people while we dined on calzones and gelatos.

      Venice is a unique city, which I hope to explore even more tomorow, after we attend church -- Mass, actually -- at San Marco's Basilica. Yup, the Baptist girls are going to a Catholic service tomorrow! I wonder if we will blend in ...