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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... as we walked along together. His big black dog was, he told us, a ship dog. I'd heard of ship's cats, never a ship dog, but I don't pretend to know everything! He continued, however, to explain that they were bred to keep wolves away from sheep. He's an Air France pilot, Neale, flies 777s, and tonight was flying from Paris to Beijing. He showed us Elton John's house, which we passed on our way. Now we know that Bono lives in Eze, and that Elton John lives ...
... cobbled streets and tiny laneways leading up or down and are home to some amazing shops - clothes, coffee, biscuits & lollies, chocolatiers, It doesn't take long for the hours to fly buy discovering the wonders of Old Nice!
It seems that public transport can be an issue no matter where you are in the world and we discovered that on Wednesday! The first bus we attempted to catch to Cannes didn't seem to want to pick us up. Then the return trip ...
... guide spoke very softly and quietly and that's when all of the predominantly Spanish passengers talked loudly to each other.
We stopped in the city of Monte-Carlo and she showed us some of the sights. The Casino, the Hotel de Paris, etc. Later after another short busride we walked by both Princess Caroline and Princess Stephanie's houses as well as the Oceanography Institute where Jacques Cousteau started and the high school for the locals. There is a section of ...
... a major thunderstorm blew in. Our room has floor to ceiling French doors, which we opened to experience a Midwestern type storm – lots of booming thunder punctuated by lightning. Nice was nice this morning, but Nice is not so nice now. N’est pas?
We capped off the day by dining once again at our new favorite restaurant, Davia. The owner seemed pleased to see us, and happily posed for ...
... and two are located in Paris while the third is located in Grasse, France just a short drive down the road from Nice. 4) A new perfume takes about one year to develop. 5) The soaps made at the plant are made out of royal jellies which are retrieved from the Queen Bee’s nest and then essential oils are added to the jelly to give it the fragrance. The tour of the factory was very ...