Citadines Nice Promenade Apart
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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Eventually we stopped at Villafrance for coffee, it had a beautiful beach, but like all beaches here, no sand, just rocks to be on. So it makes sense that people pay to lie on a deckchair. We noticed this luxury costs 18 euro per person.
We loved the bike ride, and would never have been able to see so much any other way. We are only here for one day, so it was a perfect way to cover a lot of the coast.
The old town of ...
... caught a shuttle down to the sea and the French Riviera. We walked down the Promenade des Anglais (English walkway). This was originally created so the English/Americans could promenade by the sea without getting their feet wet or smelling like fish.
We wandered around and soon found some street musicians playing some great music and we sat in one of the nearby restaurants and had a fabulous meal.. ...
... the Cote d'Azur. Elton John bought the home in 1997 for 5 million, and it is currently valued at over 60 million. So, property here is a great investment. Victor, our guide, told us that 70% of residences in Monaco are empty. The owners buy them, lock them up, and wait for the property value to continue to climb. They are great investments, with some properties sell starting at $10,000 per square foot!
After stopping at a couple of scenic lookout points, ...
... France - get yourself a dog, and take up smoking - you will fit right in.
People take their dogs every where - restaurants, shops, trains, buses - EVERYWHERE.
And they all smoke.
After a long day looking around Nice, we bought some alcohol from the local supermarket.
1 bottle of girly fizzy stuff for Teresa, and a 750ml bottle of beer for me - total of 3 Euro.
Got back to the room, had a rest, then went ...
... 2 hours to kill. Peter tipped this very helpful fellow and we were left with all our bags on a very empty station.
I headed off to find the loo and to also buy a coffee for Peter. Well that killed 15 minutes…….
Train arrived early and the same Italian fellow had helped someone with their luggage onto our platform. He saw us and helped us find our seats and put our luggage up above the seats. Strong ...