Hotel Chateau De La Tour
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... rose wine.
There were only 3 of us on the Trivia team but despite this we came 3rd. Havent won the daily quiz yet despite getting only 2 wrong each day. I think some people are cheating and using the internet!
Already we are meeting nice people to have dinner with and for the second time we did not make the show. There is a huge range of ages on board, a few teenagers but also a family with baby and another couple with their 4 ...
... pole/railing into the sand for you to help getting in. I like it. The food was ridiculously expensive so didn't order anything. Even their bathrooms were superb. I can see why people pay for these clubs now. The water wasn't as blue as Nice but the sand makes up for it. The water was sparkling like it had little diamonds in it. (or maybe it's just crushed up glass) The train ride wasn't too bad, about the same ...
... of stairs and ramps, there was a awesome waterfall that you could walk around. The spray form the waterfall was going over the path and was quite refreshing. The view from the top was pretty “Nice” with the white beaches stretching around the bay the palm trees along the promenade. The uniform colour of the houses and the red and whites received quite a few “wow this is cool” as I was busy taking photos.
Picnic on the beach = two ...
... I am puzzled but let it go pointing out we will have two of the smaller pieces . Ok he seems to understand. Lucky our friends were having croissants - but they wanted them filled with frommage and the prosciutto! He thought that odd but understood! Anyway he understood the drinks order but we had to do lots of actions to get it sorted! Well our rolls came out and he had made up the huge sections - one each! Oh well! It tasted good anyway! All of this made us lose time and by the time ...
... partitioned off with umbrellas and day beds. You had to pay €20 for an umbrella and day bed for the day. €4 less if you wanted half a day. The water gets very deep each step you take until 2 to 3 meters offshore, it's over your head. We caught the tourist train which was well worth the €8 each to go up a hill to overlook the old town of Nice and back down again. We then were hungry enough to find a spot in the ...