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- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... Spent the whole day at the beach. Ended up getting quite sunburnt. However it wasn't a painful burn like NZ, just very pink. Hung around the hostel in the evening and met quite a few people, including a hot Dutch girl who ended up being only 17! Also met a drunk kiwi ...
... nights we went out and played Frisbee, as one of the guys had a frisbee which has a light. The first night we played the we said goodbye to the frisbee as it landed on top of the passing tram! Another frisbee was quickly ordered from the US and we got to play one last game the night before Sam and I left. As a group we also went out for dinner one night to a lovely Italian restaurant, which was recommended by the guy at the hostel.
While in Nice, Sam and I ...
... of us and we reciprocated, it comes in handy to make friends at tourist points when travelling as a couple for photo opportunities.
It was a gorgeous day and we wandered around the grounds of the chateau and ruins, it overlooks Nice and is the best vantage point for photos. Really was awesome views of the whole city, I didn't realise Nice was so huge and spread out. We spent a good few hours wandering around the top, frequently ...
... French, but then the second language on most processed food is Arabic! Ah, I don't understand anything other than the pictures! You also have to weigh your produce...what? Like you select your items - put them in a plastic produce bag (I know you're cringing mom), and then weigh it yourself to get a sticker with the price. Then the cashier just scans your sticker. I suppose this process makes sense when you speak french, but we were in line already with a handful of ...
... the light given off by the show, and my camera just isn't capable of getting a good shot in such low light. C'est la vie.
Virginie had offered an optional lunch in Les Baux, which 12 of us took her up on. We ate outside at La Reine Jeanne and had cod with aioli, a boiled potato, and multiple vegetables (I ate my beans and carrots). It was very good, particularly the aioli, and very filling.
Back on the bus and, after two hours, a pause pipi. I ...