Park & Suites Elegance Le Cannet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of the guard, then walked back along some lovely little streets back to the Cathedral where Princess Grace and Prince Rainier are buried. On one of the side streets I came across a real estate agent :). I have included two pictures of apartments for sale if anyone wins lotto :) A quick hours drive down the motorway and we arrived at our hotel in Nice. We had a free night tonight so a group of us went out for a great meal and turned in for an early ...
... As we started our climb back down the 473 steps Steven said something. I thought he was trying to cheer me up, but I wasn’t listening. I was too angry to be happy. It wasn’t until we arrived back at FNAC that I started to think clearly and realisation dawned.
“Hey,” I said. “That man didn’t say the garden was closed. He just said there was a private function.”
“I know,” Steven replied, a little testily. ...
... part of the Grand Prix , along the waterfront and past the array of yachts and cruisers that had to been seen to be believed. These boats are privately owners and are much sort rafter for the Grand Prix week. A number are chartered and this is where the private parties take place. I have also never seen so many luxury cars ,all mostly black. The long walk ended back near the apartment and into an Irish pub for dinner ...
... and on my way back down the way I came to finally go see St. Paul de Vence, the only other major village that I wanted to explore in depth before I headed back to Nice. Unfortunately to get there, I had to cross through Nice myself. And so I did. Heck, I had three other protein bars on me. I could do this.Two hours, 4 coastal cities, no cops, baguettes and a protein bar later. I was there. This was a similar city to Eze, a little less touristy, ...
... destination you want. Unfortunately we just didn't have time to investigate. So Nice for us was a central, short stop-over on our route through the south of France. We would really like to return to this area and explore more of what it has to offer beyond its shore.
After leaving the Italian countryside Tuesday the train brought us into France through seaside village after seaside village, sunbleached and seemingly untouched by much tourism. By the time ...