Hotel Chalet de l'Isere
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... pay station where we tried to pay with our ANZ travel card and it didn't work. Great. Luckily the lane was also a cash and coins lane, so this problem was easily solved. The next section wasn't so easy as we picked a lane accidentally that was card only. We tried four different cards that we had and all of them said not accepted. I had to press the assistance button as the lane was a credit card only so there was no way for us to pay. The vehicles that pulled up behind us were ...
... is not built to accommodate a cruise ship or the waters of the natural harbour are too shallow. We were due to remain in port until 6pm so there was no urgency to leave the ship despite, after clearance granted, the first tender ashore was shortly after 8am.
The tender only took 10 minutes to the quay. En route we could see quite clearly the island of Sainte Marguerite lying a few miles off shore. This is where Cardinal Richelieu built a fortress in the early 1600s ...
So we got a free day today to explore Nice. We headed downstairs for a leisurely breakfast at 10am. We had Lara joining us for our day's activities and assumed Tanaya would also join us. Tanaya had to see the doc (obviously deepthroating her antibiotic throat spray didn't do the trick) so we left a wounded man (so to speak) down and headed out. We walked through some quaint little alleyways to get to some old fortress at the other end of "the old ...
Waking up to our last day in Cannes. The boys headed off to the store to get ingredients for brunch. We sat around eating chorizo, salmon and cream cheese, croissants and cous cous. Indulging in way too much food and feeling bloated I retreated from the table of temptation and prepared myself for our last day on the beach. We walked to the other side of Cannes today and finally found some spare sun lounges to relax on. Marin and Willy's ...
... recommend them to anyone visiting France!
For the beginning of today, I went around a little bit with my dad, including the world’s most boring train tour. Then my dad felt really sick, so I accompanied him back to the hotel, then set off to look around old Nice and do a little shopping. Old Nice is quaint and very cute. As far as shopping though, unless you want to drop a ...