Sainte Valerie Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Juan-les-Pins
... nice inviting bar along the promenade to stop while it passed through. I did not find one in time. By the time I found something that looked a little bit inviting the rain was coming down hard. I had my wet weather jacket and umbrella which kept the top half of me dry. Unfortunately everything from the thigh down was soaked through. I had a drink, read a bit, and then a bite of lunch. But bar was not that inviting and before long I was bored. I started making my way back to ...
... on flood gates in the North Sea, but it was quite amazing to actually ride across them! The ferocious headwind that day added to the sense of wildness and unpredictability of the sea. 3) It was awesome to ride alongside and under the enormous wind turbines that line the coast of the North Sea. They are spinning so quickly, with so much power, it's awesome to watch. 4) Another important highlight was Legoland! I can't remember the last time a theme ...
... steak and potatoes and veges, and Alex had pesto gnocchi. It was all delicious, one of our best meals so far. Washed down with a lovely bottle of rosé and then ice cream - coconut, and mint chocolate chip. Alex had lemonade with her dinner, and the label tickled my fancy so I took a picture. We had a lovely waiter who spoke very good English, who thought I was a bit odd wanting to take a photo of the lemonade bottle until I explained why. When we left the restaurant ...
... wine, and dined at their local bar, which is exactly what we were looking for after the hustle and bustle of some of the bigger cities we have visited. The time of year probably played a bigger part in getting the full experience, high season would retract from that somewhat, we were lucky to get some decent weather in the low season. It was something completely different and can't really compare to anything back home. Loved it. Byrneymack is giving Cinque Terre "8.5 out of 10 ...
... and then walking a short way to the village itself. Layla's main reason for wanting to go here was a perfumery she was told about. It was called Parfumerie Fragonard.There was a free half hour tour but our timing wasn't good as we didn't want to wait half a day to go in so we just went to the gift shop. The smell in here is overpowering and by the end all the perfumes smelt the same. After making a few small but expensive purchases we made our way to the small village. It ...