Dallas Voice (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 28, No. 19, Ed. 1 Friday, September 23, 2011 Page: 23 of 48
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celebrating the sculpture (and film career) of the celebrated gay
actor Marais, once the lover and muse of Jean Cocteau.
In the leafy, inviting Juan les Pins section of Antibes, the gay-
friendly Hotel Juana and Hotel Belles Rives — which have the
same owners and are within walking distance of each other —
make excellent bases for exploring the entire Riviera. Hotel
Belles Rives, in which F. Scott Fitzgerald lived while writing
Tender is the Niglit, is the more historic and atmospheric of the
two, and it's home to the exceptional restaurant, La Passagere.
Up in the hilly Vence, the gay-owned La Maison du Frene is an
exquisitely decorated B&B whosestunning rooms are hung
with bold, playful contemporary art — it's a perfect hideaway
for a romantic vacation.
Two nearby interior villages of note include the medieval
town of Vence, whose delightful village center is home to
Chapelle du Rosaire, which contains stained-glass by Henri
Matisse, and nearby Saint-Paul de Vence, a walled, medieval
hilltop town whose cobblestone alleys are lined with art gal-
leries, open-air cafes, and fashionable boutiques, Be sure to
walk through the cemetery in which artist Marc Chagall is
buried — he lived here late in life, as did the gay American
novelist James Baldwin. Down the hill, check out the Maeght
Foundation museum, whose grounds and galleries are filled
with dramatic, large-scale contemporary art installations and
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ers, in part because of its uniquely flamboyant rooms.
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