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"My family has rented various vacation properties all over the world over the past two decades, and this is one of the very best. Everything worked as it should. Communications and payment to the owner were easy and flawless. The local agent met us at the apartment at the scheduled time and showed us everything. The apartment is new and well furnished. The appliances were upper end European ones which took a little getting used to, but they all functioned very well. If one were looking to find something wrong, there is a bank of three lights above the sinks in the larger bathroom in which the middle bulb was burnt out. That is the worst thing I can say about this property! The wi-fi was of sufficient bandwidth for everything we wanted including VOIP applications such as Viber and Skype. We could also watch Netflix without difficulty. There is an unused HDMI port in the TV, so you could stream your computer through a device like Google Chromecast if you brought one.
The parking was small but priceless for those who have an automobile. Parking is impossible in Nice in general and is particularly bad in this upscale neighborhood. There is a large Monoprix grocery about four blocks away--turn left at Avenue Jean Medicin and follow tram tracks north and you will see it. It has everything including a large variety of gourmet prepared foods. The public beach was easily walkable and there are lots of cafes for outdoor dining and people watching. Side trips: Cannes-very chic and shows the lifestyles of the very rich. Antibes and Juan-les-Pins:Smaller old city than Vieux Nice with a fair amount of drab suburbs. Monaco: Much more of a collection of cement than I was expecting; fairly inaccessible if you are not staying in one of the hotels. Menton: Nice beach town with decent swimming. Ventimiglia: Dirty and uninteresting. Absolutely no parking on Market day (Friday) and Tolls on Italian side can take 1+ hour to get through (really). Market was not that great--we did not buy anything. Eze: very nice mountain village with shops and restaurants. Peille, Peillon, and St Agnes were much more interesting, but you need a car to get there over somewhat treacherous Alpine roads. St. Agnes has an old Maginot Line fort atop the mountain and you can tour the underground installation for 5 Euros. All in all, a great trip with great people, food, weather, and sights. One could easily stay without a car since public transit is quite good."
Guest: AnonymousDate of Stay: August 2015Review Submitted: September 4, 2015
"My husband and I had a super stay in the beautiful apartment. The garden was delightful and created some great places to relax. There was everything we needed from the shaded loggia to the sunny courtyard and at times we had no desire to explore elsewhere. We would highly recommend a stay alongside Guy Knut.
Jeanette and Richard"
Guest: Jeanette E.Date of Stay: August 2015Review Submitted: September 2, 2015