Radisson Blu 1835 Hotel & Thalasso
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
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... every day cos they’re in the middle of nowhere.
We stopped on the side of the road a few times on the way back to Cannes to take some scenic shots. One time, coming back onto the road Mike automatically started driving on the left hand side without thinking. None of us thought anything of it until we saw a car coming directly towards us a few seconds later! That was a scary moment but Mike swiftly moved into the right hand side. Phew!
... vestiges remain in the stark church, which is open to the public, and in the ruins of the 11th-century monastery on the sea’s edge. The monks divide their time between prayer and producing red and white wines, honey, lavender oil and Lérina, a herbal liqueur. The wines they produce a good, but over the top at the price per bottle. The last time I was here, they charged me over 40EURO per bottle, and it certianly was not worth that -- but it was pleasent to drink with ...
... day. We first headed to a beautiful little village called St. Paul's de Vence. It was from the twelfth century with cobblestone streets and the town fortress wall. So pretty.
We then visited a perfumery factory and bought some French cologne. Then onto an old restaurant with lovely views of the French Riviera. Mikey had snails for entree, yum.
Another lovely day in paradise.
See ya soon
Randall & Mikey
Day 7 Nice and Monaco and Day 8 Nice to Venice via Ferrari/Fragonad, shops and Verona
Nice and the Cote d'Azur was a welcome break from hectic European cities. Our hotel was a short walk from the beachfront and we had no timetable to work to! We took a stroll along the waterfront and up a hill via a lift for sweeping views across the coastline. A walk down a huge number of stairs brought us to the Port and war memorial. We had a beautiful ...
... or French and the instructions manuals are as well. We never got the toaster to work so we broiled our toast in the German oven which was the easiest to figure out. The Bosch cooktop had a childproof lock that we had to figure out how to unlock. Well, you get the ...