Ajoupa Apart'Hotel Nice
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... faces all look good, you can tell who everyone is supposed to be, but the poses are strange. There's no life in it, and I don't think the artist was comfortable with painting hands. Anyway, not a terribly good portrait.
After the Palace, I checked out the view over the harbor. Once again, there were huge yachts and normal-sized yachts. In fact, I didn't realize just how big some of them were until I saw a sailboat go by. As far as other forms of transportation, all ...
... the mountains and along the water. The airport is right in Nice and you could watch the big planes take off and land. We made our way down and then walked the promenade. It was so hot. Not a god day to wear a black shirt. We saw later it was 34 degrees, no wonder we were hot. It is a very busy spot. Cars everywhere. We were there in off season. I would hate to see it when it is peak season. I could come back to Nice but next time I would stay in the hotels in ...
... luggage from where the coach parked to the hostel, here we got our rooms (4 people to a room), then went to said rooms and unpacked. Also tried to use the WiFi – failed, it was only good in the lobby area. After getting ready for dinner we meet up and walked a short distance to the restaurant for our included dinner.
The food was very good and another top deck group joined us, on that group were Georgia and Alyce, from my Grand ...
... yachts, Monte Carlo Casino, Monte Carlo Grand Prix track, grandstands and pits. The walking wasn't over as we went down by the aquarium to the port to take a quick boat shuttle across the marina towards the casino. Part of the walk to the casino included part of the Grand Prix track where we could see the tire marks of the cars.
The casino was really fancy and we needed our passports ...
... and made for some uncomfortable sunbathing, however, the water was fresh and turquoise clear. Just swimming in the sea made Jermaine as happy as a pig in mud as he rejoiced at the feeling of salt residue in his hair after being almost a month without a surf or any form of contact with salt water.
After our brief frolic in the Mediterranean Sea we made our way back to the hostel where we saw Joe, a fellow Aussie traveller we met in Avignon, had a few beers and got a free pasta ...