Ajoupa Apart'Hotel Nice
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... into the cliffs. There
were even some houses right on the very tops of the cliff. I had wanted to climb
to the top, or at least higher than we did get to, there were stairs and a road
that we were following, however some members of the group did not like this
plan so I was a bit disappointed. But now I know for my next trip that not
everyone likes physical activities like I do, nor do they like challenging
themselves, so it might just be easier and more worth ...
... itself and we are soon walking down what seems to be their version of London's Oxford Street, a busy thoroughfare full of large department stores and boutiques. We carry on for a mile until we come to a large open plaza called Place Massena. From there we head into the old town of Nice. Full of narrow winding streets it is very picturesque and there seems to be a surprise around every corner. Small shops selling souvenirs that are not tacky, ...
... So I went back into town and had a proper look at the main sights that we had driven past on the tourist bus yesterday. I had also misplaced my sunglasses so I went looking for a shop to buy some more. I got very lost so I got to see a lot. Paris is a pretty city but for me I find I prefer the smaller, quieter places. The next stop in France was Nice (this was after Switzerland coming in the next blog). I really liked it here. It is a beach side town on the south coast of France, near ...
... br> We enjoyed Danita's Birthday dinner in a Restaurant in the Old Town and attempted to avoid Restaurants where groups of Soccer fans were cheering on their teams. I have a feeling we were the only ones in town who don't like Soccer!
Leisurely, pleasant walk back to the car where we had to pay €9.80 for their fee.
Hasn't taken us long to realise how expensive it is down here. But beautiful nevertheless.
Back home and it was time to sing ...
We had a great early breakfast this morning and headed out for our 8:48 train to Milan Centrale. We had about 10 minutes to switch trains in Milan to go to Ventimiglia. The first train was pretty crowded (second class) and we had to play the "seat game". Someone was in our seat when we got on (after a dash to find our coach). So we sat in two empty seats. Luckily the lady sitting in our seats left after the first stop. In Milan, we quickly found our train ...