Vista Palace Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
TripAdvisor Reviews Vista Palace Hotel Roquebrune-Cap-Martin
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... a lovely park. In the middle of the park they had water fountains that you could interact with. The kids absolutely loved it. It was good entertainment for over an hour. There were different displays that were never the same. The first was water mist that looked like smoke. The next was the fountains shooting water up high and then low and stopping and starting. Brodie got caught a couple of times putting his foot on one thinking it had finished and then ...
Sunday night we dined out where the markets are during the day, there is a whole street of Restaurants in the evening, not good, score out of 10 would be 2 Monday we had a platter at home-we choose it so very good Tuesday we went to Bistrot d'Antoine (as recommended by the Lonely Planet guide, superb 8 out of 10. Menu was in in French but the waitress explained it at ...
Of course it was a holiday and the bus times had changed for the day,,so once we had that sorted and moved bus stops we were on our way to Monaco...and so was everyone else!
A beautiful day and once again the scenery on the way was spectacular.
Can you see what the policeman ...
... bed dorm, chatted to a few people and watched Wimbledon in the common area, then had some crisps and €1 happy hour beers(!), and played cards with a girl from New Zealand for the rest of the evening before we had showers and got ready for bed. Getting up early tomorrow to have our free breakfast and hopefully go to the beach/have a wander around Nice, if the weather isn't too ...
... can only vote on initiatives sent to it by The Prince. His power is nearly absolute. So this place has the best possible system: a totalitarian state ruled by a benevolent dictator who makes sure everybody is happy. There are no taxes and the citizens cannot enter the casinos. Think about it. France guarantees the military safety of the place so there is no army or navy to pay for. Where does the money come from? Less than five percent of the budget is ...