Le Quai Des Princes

Address: Port de Cap D'ail, Cap d'Ail, French Riviera - Cote d'Azur, Provence, 06320, France | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on Port de Cap D'ail, Cap d'Ail.
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    Travel Blogs from Cap d'Ail

    Fawlty in France

    A travel blog entry by qdeux on May 27, 2015

    ... immediate foreground there is clutter
    of tables surrounded by
    overturned chairs, garden beds overgrown,
    and edges that got away two summers ago. It all
    adds up to a rustic
    haphazard appearance which is
    fine. But that appearance is
    at odds
    with Ms Fawlty’s attempt to ~put
    on the dog~ in the dining room.

    Clearly things are ...

    Skippy

    A travel blog entry by qdeux on May 27, 2015

    2 photos

    ... utilised to the max.

    Double bed at the back – permanently made up. Bathroom beside the bedroom area. Separate shower cubicle
    behind a glass style screen. Forward of that
    there’s the cassette style toilet and
    wash basin. Generous storage in the
    bathroom area – good lockers that
    stay shut very well .

    Living area has ...

    Sens

    A travel blog entry by qdeux on May 27, 2015

    8 photos

    ... br> Some buildings are stone others are timber, some have masonry rendering. Most have chunky rural looking wooden doors and windows. The exteriors of all buildings might do with a visit from the Dulux man. Behind the rustic unloved exterior lies well kept and beautifully decorated interiors of timber, plastered whatever, granite, marble and local quarry stone.

    Pavements are generally cobbled. ...

    Monaco......Smell the money

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

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... itself in such pristine form? It is immaculate....not a begonia out of place! The Grimaldi's (apart from a couple of brief interruptions) have ruled here since 1297. Its main source of income is tourism, with the Casino being the main attraction. Unemployment is a mere 2% and it holds the record for the most expensive real estate in the world at $58,000 per square metre!!!! ( this would equate to a postage stamp size piece of heaven would set you back $116.) In ...

    Movin' on up

    A travel blog entry by kellyo on Mar 19, 2012

    6 comments

    ... br> 1. I am absolutely terrified of French drivers. Their cars are small, but they still cant manage to stay in their lanes...or in the street.

    2. I am 100% dependent on the Internet. I feel lost and weird without it.

    3. I will eat almost anything in order to access the Internet, but I draw the line at a McDonald's burger with goat cheese. Those two smells should never, ever go together.

    4. I ...