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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Toile Blanche St-Paul-de-Vence
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... and full of life and love that certainly reflected in the food and the environment. There was also a couple of old men there who were there when we were there the other night too. It was a father and son, he looked after his dad so lovingly, he would have been 70 and his dad 90. It was a lovely environment to dine in and easy to see why it would become a local for some. So that is it for us in Nice, we're off tomorrow. Have loved Nice and look forward to spending much more time here again one ...
I can't even explain how clean the campsite bathrooms were. The guy cleaning them was in there for hours scrubbing every inch of the place. You could probably have eaten off the toilet seat, that's how amazingly clean they were! The cleaner was really lovely as well. He helped me out when I couldn't plug my hair dryer in. I didn't realise that Switzerland used different power outlets to the rest of Europe, they're very similar though so I didn't ...
... is honestly so great.
We then all headed back to the hotel and had a nap, before getting all dressed up for our big night.
We headed over to Monaco in our shirts and bowties, and tried our hand's at the casinos. Walking up to the Monte Carlo Casino, I saw a Ferrari, Lamborghini, Bentley, Rolls Royce, Porsche, and much more, all parked out front. Sporting my James ...
... very warm and friendly. Arriving at Ventimilia we had to find the ticket office to buy our train ticket this time on the french rail network, the last leg of our journey for the day. Because its now on the French rail we must find the French ticket office. Leoni found it easy and without fuss we purchased the last leg tickets from Ventimillia to Nice. Unfortunately unlike Italy the French don't have instructions in English so you need to be on your game to work ...
... in the French Riviera" was perhaps the world’s only church located in a parking garage. Well, it’s not exactly in the parking garage itself, but just off “Level 0,” which is three circular stories below the “+3” entrance level. We had arranged a rendezvous with old church friends. There was Anne with her infant son Emmanuel, who inexplicably was no longer a baby, but now ten years old! And ...