Ajoupa Apart'Hotel Nice
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... 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 ...
Before we could spin around, our nine days in London was nearly up and we were staring down the barrel of our last day. Tan is completely in love with this city, so we were determined to make the most of it and tick off a few things that we hadn't got to yet. We enjoyed a speedy (read: coffeeless) breakfast at our local Pret a Manger before heading down for Take 3 of Changing of the Guards. Now our good friend Blake has raved about this and (sorry if this is breaking a ...
... I write this now from my room in Sweden I cant help but already feel nostalgic about the memories that have been etched in my mind. After all this is said and done, after the party stops and the hangover kicks in, after the vacation ends and reality comes pounding back, thats what we have left is memories...
Next stop, Ystad, Sweden where we meet our friend Karin and her family. Its always better with a local as your guide.
... seats (which people were occupying). But we let them know that these were our seats and they politely moved. Saturdays you can get 2 x 1 tickets so I splurged for first class ($20 euro a piece). Nice big seats, air conditioning (some of the time) and barely functioning toilets. Adventures on italian trains! We make a connection in Ventimiglia to take a final train to Nice. Some of the scenery starting in Genoa is breathtaking. I can't wait to get to Nice! ...
Well we took a long and painful train ride that was around 20 hours including layovers and bus rides in between the trains! We had to sleep in the train station for 5 hours in Genova and slept on the floor! We woke up freezing cold but got a solid two hour sleep. We went to check for our train even though it was super early and it happened to be there so we climbed in and waited for a few hours! We got to Andorra (edge of ...