Adagio Nice Promenade Des Anglais
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- Pets allowed
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It was so nice to be in Nice and not have to wear coats, thermals, gloves and beanies! The weather was a beautiful 17 degrees Celsius and the sun was shining. After getting to our hotel (Hotel Trockadero near the main station) very late the night before (our train was delayed by over an hour) we only had time for a quick dinner at a local Asian restaurant (Nice is the first really multicultural place in terms of ...
... was on the stretch of road called La promenade des
Anglais, which is a road that follows the sea, so we were close to the sea and
after supper we went to check out the beach. In Nice, the beaches are not sand,
they are made out of rather large rocks, like the rocks we found at Rialto
beach on the west coast of Washington and now use for our Name Places for our
family dinners. Mom will be happy to hear that I picked up a few more from Nice
so we can add our ...
... breast burger! Then it was back to the beach to lap up all the sun we could get! When the rentals were being packed away at around 5pm, we headed to the store to buy some nibbles and rose to take with us to watch the sunset from our balcony. It is seriously very pretty here. When the sun faded completely, we showered, changed and headed out for dinner. Tonight we had seafood at the most amazing restaurant. I had a salmon steak ...
... Princess Grace used to be a hollywood actor then she married the prince. She made Monte Carlo well known. After we went to the church we saw the palace. The Prince was inside the palace because the flag was up. The Grimaldi family is the royal family at the moment. One of the main attractions in Monte Carlo is the casino. The casino is the biggest in the world. The problem was kids weren't allowed inside so my parents took turns going inside. After the casino we were ...
... Carlo Casino which was extravagent and had an 'air' about it, as expected.
Next morning, we had croissants at a local cafe and then walked down the hairpin track around the left of the casino. In the parking lots of one of the hotels was a batmobile exclusive looking car still in its car protector wrapping...waiting for its owner to use it for the first time. Hub thought it was him :p