Auberge De Jeunesse "Les Camélias"
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We were able to check into the Hotel early and thanks to someone's AAA card had a free room upgrade to an upper floor and larger room. After settling in, we walked around Nice and stopped in a small, nine-table restaurant called Davia's, with two guys and a very matronly older lady running the place. Dad picked it and we enjoyed a lunch of mussels and fries (Moules-frites, for Dad) and farci coniglio selle (Stuffed rabbit saddle, for me). Dad's ...
... impressive and very unique, as a Jewish Russian, theme is the Old Testament with bits of the problems that Jewish people had been experiencing thrown in. For example, in a picture that shows Moses freeing the Israelites from Egypt, there is some pogroms and a bit of Holocaust theme thrown in, to sort of tell the entire Jewish story. Much different from the religious paintings I am used to which are typically New ...
... places, then drank a couple of happy hour beers and it was 'ladies night' so we got a bottle of wine between 4 and chatted/stayed up til midnight with other people in our dorm - great last day in Nice - Milan tomorrow! Ps forgot to mention bikini fiasco! Bikini strap snapped on the beach so we tried a safety pin - still pinged off, so tied it together with my iPod ...
... gambling was illegal in the surrounding countries. Maybe Vegas got inspiration from Monaco? The Grand Prix got its start here in 1929.
Their constitution, written in 1962, defines the place as a “constitutional hereditary monarchy.” The popularly elected “local council” handles administration and a popularly elected National Council passes legislation and approves budgets in open meetings. The interesting thing is: The ...
... he pointed to a small street going down and said it would be our only chance. Luckily that restaurant was still open (but empty!) so we ate there. The restaurant was serving typical food from Sardinia and Corsica. I had very nice meat ravioli. Then we drove to Nice and found a hotel cos David needed to put his car somewhere safe (he had 2 bicycles attached to the boot of the car). The twin room ...