Hostel Faubourg Montmartre
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... The boat will be decorated with a ton of flowers and then paraded through the streets of Old Nice with a statue of the saint.
Agnès took us by the oldest bookstore in Nice: it was used by Queen Victoria when she used to holiday on the Cote d'Azur. We also walked by the oldest shop, which sells umbrellas, parasols, and walking sticks. Most of the old town is already decorated with flags for Sunday's festival.
We went into Nice's cathedral, which, of course, is ...
... 8364;26 each. In the morning we didn't want to waste it by sleeping in so up early, breakfast and hit the streets. We had to be back to the hotel by 2pm for our guided tour of Nice. There is a lovely look out set high on the hill..and bonus there is a lift that takes you right to the top, our bus besties walked the steps and lazy Al and I the lift. The lookout had magnificent views over all of nice. A nice wander around the township ...
... been an ugly t-bone smash. I learnt a very important lesson. I cannot navigate and drive at the same time. I need to concentrate on driving 100% of the time. After that near-miss we got back on track.
We drove to Nice and passed some stunning scenery apparently. All I saw was grey tarmac and white lines, I wasn't taking my eyes off the road for a second. We only travelled 300 km but we hit about 6 toll stations. Works out at about ...
... on the water with jet skis, catamarans, water skiing or even parasending. Along the Miami style beach front promenade there were also many runners, cyclists and even roller-bladders....and I just loved the active and vibrant culture that came with all of this. It's my kind of living! A few of us Busabout crew took a day trip out of Nice to the medieval town of Eze which is a medieval village perched like an eagles nest ...
... due to the small size of the dance floor and bar. After we were entirely exhausted, we called it a night and went back to the accommodation and slept.
The next morning we had a little sleep in and got up for breakfast and in time to get the walking tour of Nice that was held by the hostel. The walking tour was hosted by a charasmatic Englishman named James and although there were a few interesting facts passed on, it was as if everything was too much of a game that the tour ...