Quai Des Princes Residence Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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Off to Monaco for the day, we train it to Cap d'Ail, the town before Monaco. It is beautiful, bordering the coastline and about an hours walk into the city. Monaco is 2.2 square kms in its entirety, the second smallest country in the world. (The Vatican is the smallest). It has three suburbs, one of which is Monte Carlo. Took us a little while to get our bearings but with the help of a lovely local originally from Belgium, who actually walked us to the bus stop and gave ...
... wealth in Nice and the surrounding areas than Avignon where we had previously been. The streets were much cleaner and the whole city had a more open and lively feel about it. We made our way to the hostel which was about a 15min walk from the station in the direction of the beach. We checked in and familiarised ourselves with the hostel. It appeared that almost every second person at the hostel was Australian, which was a bit of a bummer. As we had arrived right in the heat of the ...
... back up and knowing my graceful skills, this was not going to be an easy task. And no it wasn't, tries to climb back up and got owned by a wave and then that kept happening as I couldn't get my footing. So just kept getting hit by the waves and going under until it calmed a little and I could scramble back up. And that was the last time I went in the ...
... joggers we finally made it to the hostel totally exhausted only to find the damn thing was closed !!! After sitting on the curb for a while we decided to make our way to Cannes instead. We found the train station and arrived in Cannes shortly after. Once there we had to walk to a hostel that we had looked up. We walked there too, that took about 40 mins, only to find that we had missed the ...
... claiming its was the master at work when in fact, he was just bored and stuck in the idea of a bigger scale. The most interesting part were the photographs. A room of captured moments of him working, photos with his mistress, his pets, his works. Things I didn't know existed, real life of Picasso that we hear and understand so little about. That was the highlight of the museum for me, although trying to decode abstract in a ...