Domus Aurelia (Suore Orsoline)
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... stopping at the aire en route to fill up with water. We don’t have the appropriate connector so a short stout Frenchman helps us, talking in French to Jonny about where he has been and the fact that he doesn't like the beach because he can’t swim – all using native languages, place names and gesture. Once filled, we drive the short distance to Nice. It is not easy to drive in; cars are randomly stopped in the road with hazards on – it seems increasingly ...
Our journey here yesterday went quite well and without any issues. We drove to Zurich, dropped back the rental car and got our flight here. Once here our bags arrived (we were relieved haha) and we went and caught a shuttle bus into the centre of the city, as the airport is outside the city. On the drive into the city we drove past dumps, extremely run down buildings and what were essentially slums. It wasn't too good as an introduction to the place and we were a little worried. ...
... A slight delay sitting in the Tarmac due to the wrong number of hold bags made is miss our flight spot but we finally took off 25 minutes late Chaos reigned on the plane as we had all swapped seats and that totally confused the stewardess when she handed out all the meals, David having two main courses due to Vanessa not being with us but pre-booked !! The rest of the meal handed all round various people ...
... seemed necessary after the long, hot day. We then rested in the hotel and then went to Pimm's Good for a causal, local meal. Kids all had gnocchi (Brady chose his with Pesto...how sophisticated!) , Michael had risotto and I had the typical Roman meal (pasta alla matriciano). It was delicioso, as were our Pimm's cocktails that calmed us after the long hot day. After a 6:30am wakeup call, we are hoping for an ETB: Early to Bed!! Ciao from ...
... the drive in to town - it was a little fast & furious!
We found our apartment building and our owner Gian Paulo, a very tall young man who buys places & rents them out. We did the paperwork & settled in. Note to self - read the paperwork thoroughly in case it says bring cash for the security deposit - 300 Euro - luckily I had cash already... find an ATM soon.
I'll post some pics of our apartment. A ...