Campanile Grasse Chateauneuf
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... pleasantly surprised when we got upgraded from a dorm to a private! So Jordyn and I had our own little mini hotel room! With a private bathroom and everything! We felt pretty lucky, and even had a TV to tune into the Olympics! (in French of course) Our first day in Nice was pretty low key, because we had very little sleep the night before. We walked down the promenade, and then explored the Old Town of Nice. We even came across a few places that we had vague memories of from ...
... Also as you all know I'm the biggest Formula 1 fan and this small trip to Monaco was pretty much the whole reason why I booked this tour. Saw and walked on the streets that they have the actual race. Life changing! I can't believe I was actually there. Made it back to the hotel in enough time to get some good pics of the beach. Some of the Canadians and I walked down to see how cold the water was. I thought it was FREEZING and the Canadians said it was WARM! It's so ...
... actually informed us that Roman Abramovich, the owner of the Chelsea soccer team, just docked his yacht between Nice and Monaco. This isn't your typical yacht club yacht; it's a behemoth of a yacht. It is currently the second largest private yacht on the planet and costs over a billion dollars. It has a full crew of 80 people an includes 3 other boats, a fleet of jet skis, two helipads, and a mini-submarine. You know, in case someone wanted to come to his yacht ...
... half rested on the console, will remain a mystery to me. Discomfort was the last thing on our minds because racing along the Mediterranean with the open winding road all to ourselves made us feel as though we were participating in the race trials.
"Where are you from?" Sarah's boss asked.
“The States. Have you ever visited?”
“Yes, I once went to Las Vegas. They had the nerve to serve me some ****** brown water with bubbles and call ...
... to Alisons, before Simon and I caught the train through to Antibes for the Afternoon. It was a bit of a grey afternoon, and Antibes seemed so quiet after having seen it during summer... but we stopped at the amazing gelato place and got some gelato anyway! YUM! ( I swear it is the best in the world!). So after a bit of a stroll around the old town and the port, we headed back to Nice and started to work out a plan of attack for the following ...
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed