Citadines Nice Promenade Apart
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... The bus dropped us off at the port which was perfect as Jenna and I wandered from the port along the walking path back to the promenade. We were starting to get weary legs by this point so we decided to make our way back to the hostel to retire for the remainder of the afternoon and evening. Dinner consisted of vegetarian pasta which was once again delicious and filling in the time by reading, researching and watching a tv show. There was only Jenna, I and the other ...
DAY 18 (Monday May 18) "Nice (Neese) is nice"
Got up early and packed and paid our bill at the B & B, grabbed a quick Italian breakfast and started to walk to the train station. The older gentleman that ran the B & B (he didn't speak any English at all) motioned for us to wait and he would give us a ride in his car down to the station. that is always a welcome plus....very nice.
Got up early, didn't have breakfast. For a taxi to the train station and headed to France. Made a few train connections, where reservations were needed. Hopped off in Marseilles, paid €.50 for a bathroom, it was clean. Got a sandwich and some other poppyseed bread and got on my first no reservations needed train. Found a place all to myself until a guy came by, I motioned that you could ...
... we back home would call it a beach, the only sand was in the Med. The shore consists of large rocks and pebbles and strangely enough, people were actually lying down sun baking on this "beach". The coastal view was simply stunning. The Med and buildings as far as the eye can see, and the airport which has been built on reclaimed land juts out on the Med. Amazing.
After taking some happy snaps we decided to head to the Parc de la ...
... view. Not that we were really
there to enjoy the hotel. We changed promptly and hit the promenade
heading back towards the town to the Hard Rock Café on the sea
front. We sat outside watching the world go past enjoying a couple
of beers and the entertaining bar staff. After a long day riding, we
were ready to relax and did so. Next, we walked around the corner
into the ...