Hotel Apogia Nice
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
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A slight change of plans (train track closures) meant Sam and I went straight from Barcelona to Nice in one long day on 3 trains. Leaving the hostel in Barcelona at 7.30am, catching the first train with no worries, got our tickets for the second train during the 40 minute stopover, then were supposed to have a 50 minute stop over between before the last train however the second train decided it would breakdown for 50 minutes at the second last station. Fortunately ...
... br> Then we drove back home. And rested for the rest of the day.
The next day we went ice skating it was so fun. We were there for an hour.
It was funny watching my brother and sister. But I fell over as well.
I have bruises all over my self.
I have one on my check, on my elbow and my thigh. It really hurts.
But apart from that it was really fun.
Today we went ice skating ...
... german) and a bunch of other germans who also were heading out to Corsica. We then boarded the boat, and since none of us had a cabin ( they were all sold out), we decided to have a few beers and then try to sleep in a sunbed or similar. We had a great time on deck, I got all the germans to try snus. Yes. I ended up sleeping on the floor in the middle of the boat. Didn't get much sleep... Distance traveled: 277 km Distance so far: 3180 ...
... the old part of Nice where we searched out somewhere for lunch. We came across a little restaurant down one of the back streets and settled in there for an amazing lunch of Gnocci Nicoise - a gnocci based dish with a stew type sauce with beef and rosemary, Tomato Penne and a goats cheese salad.. (we all shared!) and we also tried Panisse.. its almost like large fries.. except its more made from a bread like batter.
After lunch we ...
... it, but due to time restraints we decided to check out these other towns. Many Europeans seems to flock to this coastal area annually and pay dearly for the privilege, but quite frankly if I was a civil servant in Paris, retired on double my salary for life, I’d vacation here too. Sovereign financial woes? Not in the Côte d’Azure!
All in all, it was good to explore these two “quiet” coastal cities. Ahead of us lies Florence and Rome, two of ...