Adagio Nice Promenade Des Anglais
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... hit, and were welcomed to a pastry spread for breakfast. Our first beach stop in Cannes was nice, but a bit like Split - a bit of litter and a lot of leaves and little off bits on the beach. After a quick stop at the info spot we found paradise. All seriousness, I've been to Thailand, Byron, Port Douglas, Noosa, Lagos and the surf beach out toward Malaga, Lorne, Barwon Heads...and this beach was right up there. I'm not just saying it because of ...
After barcalona we had no set plans. We could have flown to Ibiza, caught a 24 hour ferry to rome or taken a train and stop somewhere along the halfway mark. We decided to take the latter option and were tossing up between stopping in nice, Turin and Milan. Nice won in the end as we could get a decent hotel for 160e which was close to the train station and it was roughly halfway to rome. We went to the train station the day before to reserve our tickets ...
... my roomie Sarah and I wanted to squeeze in one last Spanish mission... to the beach! We are both suffering from swollen achy feet so a 10€ taxi ride to the beach to smoosh our toes in the sand and paddle in the warm water then bury them nice and deep in the cool damp beach while we sat and listened to tunes was absolute bliss! It was beatifully mild and my Sangria buzz added to the beauty of the whole scene. Mid night and the beach was busy still, a few swam and ...
... a tour but I wanted to find the place sans tour group). A helpful British couple sitting behind me save me from missing the stop on the bus. The scenery on the way up has been beautiful, and the town is beautiful too. It has a fortress wall around it, and I wander around without clear direction until suddenly I find the view point, looking out over the green sunny French countryside below. I admire it thoroughly before having my ...
... an umbrella that is extra. We didn't sit along the beach but we did go down to the water and stick our feet in the Mediterranean Sea. The rocks are hard to walk on so I can't imagine sitting on them all day. Brian had a good view of the sunbathers as many women sit around topless to avoid tan lines. I think he's wondering when they wear clothes ;) We did a lot of walking today so we headed back to the hotel for a break and to get ready for our night in ...