Adagio Nice Promenade Des Anglais
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... several hours to explore on our own and didn't meet up with our tour director until late in the afternoon and then together we walked to a nearby local restaurant for a typical Italian dinner. Reflecting on our day I noticed that the main item being sold by street venders in the streets were Camera "Selfie" Sticks in a large assortment of colours. They were everywhere. All through Europe this seems to be the latest craze. I also still struggle with the parking issue in Italy, ...
... limited. This was pretty frustrating, but we got through it and got back to the apartment. We planned on going to this really nice italian pizza place called Pucci, but to get there, we would have to bike or take a bus. The bike path along the ocean seemed super nice, so we rented bikes to bike along the promenade. Ziming didn't really like physical activity though, so halfway through, we stopped and got on a bus. We got to the restaurant, and had probably the best pizza I ...
... soon got a bit stuck in one of the hallways, where we spent the first half of the five hour journey. Definitely the least comfortable train ride I have been on, sitting hunched in the corridor near the toilet, constantly moving our legs so people could get past. Needless to say we weren't particularly impressed. The train moved pretty quickly though and passengers started to get off once we began making stops from Toulouse onwards. This allowed us to upgrade to ...
... to have a look and continued on. Ended up going to the modern art museum. I totally forgot that the museums are free in Nice. Score!! Just add that to the list of reasons why I love this place!
Walked down to the beach and watched the sun set. The Mediterranean Sea is just beautiful. I love the sound of the waves and will really miss that lovely sea ...
... which meant the time went very quickly. Greg bought lunch in the bistro car – chicken wraps, iced tea and a small tin of Pringles, having eaten most of our lunch pack for breakfast, as well as the strawberries from yesterday which were very tasty. We also indulged in some of the Belgian Chocolates we had bought in Ypres. The trip was without a stop for the first four hours until Marseille-Provence, 3 hours before Nice. And our carriage was quite full. Then we ...