Travel Blogs from Cagnes-sur-Mer
... Alain Ducasse was by far the event of the holiday so far. The dining room is something to behold, the most amazingly glamorous and ornate room I have ever eaten in. The service was impeccable and the food sublime. The waiters had a unique blend of formality but when engaged they were very cordial and humorous. We both went straight into main courses after some ...
... and boats bigger than you could imagine. After an hour on the train, we pulled into the massive station of Monaco. Upon leaving the station, we made our way through crowds of people and many vendors selling race merchandise. We stopped to pick up some race swag before making our way to our seats. We had to navigate through a maze of tunnels and stairs but we finally made it to our seats and could't believe ...
... walls are carpeted. Anyway after flooding both the bathroom and half of our carpeted room we head off to do the laundry. Its slightly confusing but we manage to get it all done after a few language barrier problems (and the fact that only one of the 7 machines actually works).
Feeling rather chuffed that we have managed to launder things (pathetic!) we head off into Monaco to Wine O'Clock, a bar Jol has tried and tested on a 'few' occasions - its a ...
... in the pool before leaving, and were surprised when Kai was forbidden entry with his long swimming trunks in favour of shorter underpants- perhaps the french require more revealing swim wear! After we wound a long way into the surrounding hills to find a tiny medieval village perched on top of a hill- it was really lovely, and Hannah has decided she would like to move ...
... and watched all the dresses and tuxedos walk around the city. We have arrived in a city just outside of Nice called Cagnes. It is a very nice camp site called Val Fleuri. We drove into a small historical and art-inspired town called Vence. We had a nice lunch on a cobblestone walkway just a few feet from a column that was built in 230 AD. Tomorrow we return our rental car in Nice where we'll stay for the night then we fly to Palermo where our Italian journey will ...
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6, place du Chateau, Cagnes-sur-Mer | Hotelfrom $188
30 chemin du Pain de Sucre, Cagnes-sur-Mer | 4 star hotelfrom $189
54 Rue sous Barri, Cagnes-sur-Mer | 4 star hotelfrom $235
3, avenue de la Serre, Cagnes-sur-Mer | Hotelfrom $136
33, boulevard Kennedy, Cagnes-sur-Mer | 3 star hotelfrom $129
16 Chemin Des Grands Plans, Cagnes-sur-Mer | 3 star hotelfrom $109
31, Chemin de la Minoterie , Cagnes-sur-Mer | Hotelfrom $110
3 Av. Serre, Cagnes-sur-Mer | Hotelfrom $39
22 Boulevard de la Plage, Cagnes-sur-Mer | Hotelfrom $149