Question by BEDROOMBULLY2000: does anyone know of a cheap hotel near the Hotel Du Cap EDEN ROCK?
it’s located in Antibes, France.
I’m working for my client and not looking to pay alot of money
Answer by parisian_fr
Eden Rock is situated in the Cap d’Antibes, between Antibes and Juan les Pins.
A two-star hotel would be a good solution to get a decent level of comfort for a reasonable price.
The Tourist Office of Antibes & Juan les Pins list the following two-star hotels:
9 avenue Alexandre III 06160 Juan-les-Pins
Tél:04 93 61 10 33 Fax:04 93 67 90 45
Rue Pauline 06160 Juan-les-Pins
Tél:04 97 21 76 50 Fax:04 97 21 76 51
61, chemin Fournel Badine 06160 Juan-les-Pins
Tél:04 92 93 34 00 Fax:04 92 93 34 01
HOTEL AU MEXICANA
12-20, avenue du Docteur Dautheville 06160 Juan-les-Pins
Tél:04 93 61 31 34 Fax:04 93 67 56 51
HOTEL AU TROPICO
3, avenue Amiral Courbet 06160 Juan-les-Pins
Tél:04 93 61 05 25 Fax:04 92 93 18 03
HOTEL BLEU MARINE
614, chemin des 4 Chemins 06600 Antibes
Tél:04 93 74 84 84 Fax:04 93 95 90 26
2317, chemin de Saint Claude 06600 Antibes
Tél:04 93 74 80 01 Fax:04 93 95 22 48
HOTEL CECIL “Logis de France”
Rue Jonnard – B. P. 51 06160 Juan-les-Pins
Tél:04 93 61 05 12 Fax:04 93 67 09 14
12, rue Bricka 06160 Juan-les-Pins
Tél:04 93 61 20 08 Fax:04 93 67 33 98
33, avenue Amiral Courbet 06160 Juan-les-Pins
Tél:04 92 91 02 22 Fax:04 93 67 14 59
HOTEL DE LA PINEDE
7, avenue Georges Gallice 06160 Juan-les-Pins
Tél:04 93 61 03 95
HOTEL DE L’ETOILE
2, avenue Gambetta 06600 Antibes
Tél:04 93 34 26 30 Fax:04 93 34 41 48
16, avenue Louis Gallet 06160 Juan-les-Pins
Tél:04 93 61 05 20 Fax:04 92 93 05 31
12, rue Pierre Loti 06160 Juan-les-Pins
Tél:04 93 61 57 73 Fax:04 93 61 57 73
HOTEL JUAN BEACH “Logis de France”
5, rue de l’Oratoire 06160 Juan-les-Pins
Tél:04 93 61 02 89 Fax:04 93 61 16 63
2067, chemin de Saint Claude – Nova Antipolis 06600 Antibes
Tél:04 93 33 34 50 Fax:04 93 74 11 61
HOTEL LA JABOTTE
13, avenue Max Maurey 06160 Le Cap d’Antibes
Tél:04 93 61 45 89 Fax:04 93 61 07 04
HOTEL LA MARJOLAINE
15, rue du Docteur Fabre 06160 Juan-les-Pins
Tél:04 93 61 06 60 Fax:04 93 61 02 75
HOTEL LA RESIDENCE
13, avenue de l’Esterel 06160 Juan-les-Pins
Tél:04 93 61 10 12 Fax:04 93 67 73 00
HOTEL LE COLLIER
19, boulevard Général Vautrin 06600 Antibes
Tél:04 93 74 56 40 Fax:04 93 65 99 38
HOTEL LE PONTEIL “Logis de France”
10, impasse Jean Mensier 06600 Antibes
Tél:04 93 34 67 92 Fax:04 93 34 49 47
HOTEL LE RELAIS DU POSTILLON
8, rue Championnet – Parc de la Poste 06600 Antibes
Tél:04 93 34 20 77 Fax:04 93 34 61 24
HOTEL LES CHARMETTES
25 vieux chemin de la Colle 06160 Juan-les-Pins
Tél:04 93 61 47 41 Fax:04 93 61 16 08
6, avenue Maréchal Reille 06600 Antibes
Tél:04 93 34 14 84 Fax:04 93 34 43 31
HOTEL MODERN HOTEL
1-3, rue Fourmillière 06600 Antibes
Tél:04 92 90 59 05 Fax:04 92 90 59 06
15, rue Félon 06160 Juan-les-Pins
Tél:04 93 61 25 19 Fax: 04 93 61 76 16
HOTEL PIERRE LOTI
29, rue Pierre Loti 06160 Juan-les-Pins
Tél:04 93 61 55 09 Fax:04 93 61 87 18
120, chemin des Groules 06600 Antibes
Tél:04 92 91 11 11 Fax:04 92 91 10 01
144, boulevard Wilson 06160 Juan-les-Pins
Tél:04 93 61 13 82 Fax:04 93 67 29 72
905, chemin du Valbosquet 06600 Antibes
Tél:04 93 74 42 42 Fax:04 93 65 89 46
2, rue Marcel Paul 06160 Juan-les-Pins
Tél:04 92 93 32 60 Fax:04 92 93 32 61
HOTEL VILLA NINA “Logis de France”
5, rue Ste Marguerite – Pont Dulys 06160 Juan-les-Pins
Tél:04 93 61 55 16 Fax:04 93 67 57 85
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If you are looking for places of interest to visit while on a camping holiday, France has countless stately homes and castles. Here are just two châteaux close to Paris that deserve a visit.
Château de Versailles
Although Paris is a bustling urban centre, the Camping les Etangs Fleuris site in Touquin, and Camping la Croix du Vieux Pont at Berny Rivière means the city is also well provided for in terms of quality sites for camping. France’s capital, with all its sights and culture is within easy reach of these rural havens, making them ideal places from which to discover Paris.
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Palace of Fontainebleau
The Chateau at Fontainebleau, located in a forest by the same name, is also within an hour’s drive of the Touquin camping site. France’s monarchs, from King Louis VII to Napolean have made this their home, and it now houses an American school of the arts.
In medieval times it was considered a hunting lodge, but was redeveloped by progressive generations of French rulers, each expanding the palace and leaving their stylistic mark on the buildings. Fontainebleau is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, protected because of its combination of architectural styles and its historical importance.
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The park around the palace is dense and green, decorated with classical statues and ponds.
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Question by jane l: Liberals, you are REALLY WRONG on this one about NKorea. know how?
I’m not saying all of you but a few I’ve heard these rubbish opinions.
By even remotely comparing hungry children in other countries to what is going on in NKorea, you must be crazy. Starving orphaned children roam the streets because their entire families starved to death. People are resorting to cannibalism, this is directly because of the dictator, he allows his soldiers to eat, and sell relief food marked “USA” and “FRANCE” in the market to only people with money (those in the military and their families) everyone else starves to death. NKorea blames everything on the US somehow, even before they said they had been “provoked”.
You can not appease a psychopath who has work camps with whole families and which tortures even children.
I agree we are spread too thin in the middle east, but even China making war on NKorea and people dying would be much much better than leaving it as is so that there is never any hope at all for these people.
Answer by big-brother
In 1994 The blundering Clinton administration agreed to provide North Korea with two light-water nuclear reactors in exchange for ending its nuclear weapons program. It IS possible to extract weapons-grade material from light-water reactors.(who didnt see this coming?)
What’s more surprising is Donald Rumsfeld sat on the board of the company that won the $ 200 million contract to provide the design and key components for the reactors.
The company is Zurich-based engineering giant ABB, which signed the contract in early 2000, before Rumsfeld gave up his board seat and joined the Bush administration. He was on the board from 1990 to early 2001.
In May 2001, the DOE finally, after consulting with the new Rumsfeld Pentagon, authorized delivery of the nuclear technology to North Korea. Groundbreaking ceremonies attended by Westinghouse and N. Korean officials were held Sept. 14, 2001–three days after 9/11
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One of our camps in France
Image by National Library of Scotland
The photographer of this image, who is not known, has taken a wide panoramic view of a temporary camp. In the foreground are the horse-lines and a row of steam tractors. Behind them there are lines of tents surrounding what appear to be open areas for drilling.
Tented accommodation was generally only used when the army was on the move. Often soldiers behind the Front would be billeted in farms and villages, in Nissen huts or even in old railway carriages. Nearer the Front, dugouts were far safer than tents, giving some protection against the constant shelling.
[Original reads: ‘OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHS TAKEN DURING THE BRITISH ADVANCE IN THE WEST. One of our camps in France.’]