Adagio Access Nice Acropolis

Address: 42 Boulevard Risso, Nice, French Riviera - Cote d'Azur, Provence, 06300, France | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Le Port area of Nice, is near Castle Hill (Colline du Chateau), Palais Lascaris, Opera de Nice, and Galeries Lafayette.
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    Travel Blogs from Nice

    Day 18: Pisa, Monaco and Nice

    A travel blog entry by creeky on Jul 23, 2015

    ... along with all the Grimaldi family. We then continued up the slight hill to the "Pink" palace, which wasn't pink but yellow. We then were able to walk back to the coach at our own pace, before we drove down the straight of the Grand Prix on our way back to France to head towards Nice. After we arrived at our hotel in Nice we had the night to ourselves, so Mum and I went to dinner at a restaurant called Le Magenta Brasserie and had a lovely meal before retiring for the ...

    Nice time in Nice

    A travel blog entry by yvonneb33 on Jun 16, 2015

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    ... quaint small streets with loads of restaurants + tourist shops. Looking for lunch, we picked the first one we saw with a spare table. Its really potluck, as it could have gone either way, but we were pleasantly surprised when our meals were delicious, large and good value, almost impossible to find, and on top of that very mediterean! We shared a Cesar salad and a Vitello Tonato, Washed down with a couple of Heinekens (not Mediterranean, but ...

    Day trip to Monaco and many stops in between!

    A travel blog entry by drdave810 on Mar 19, 2015

    ... that historically/traditionally, people were not interested in the sea, because historically danger came from the sea (invaders, bad weather, etc) so they wanted to be higher up on the hills. Even today, highest property values are based on elevation, not proximity to the sea.

    We stopped in the small town of Eze, which was high up on a hill with winding pedestrian roads/walkways. It was very picturesque, with lots of stone arches and little alleys dotted ...

    Wandering the city

    A travel blog entry by swinbournes on Oct 27, 2014

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    ... run, whilst Teresa had her`bath. This is our "alone" time. Through 3 countries, with no great language skills, we have been together 24/7 the whole time - it has been great.
    Back from the run, and on our balcony, overlooking the Med, with a drink, then off to dinner.

    Tomorrow, we are off to Monaco (I hope you all have fun at work).

    After that, I will give a summary of our thoughts on each city so far.


    Goodbye Seabourn Quest!

    A travel blog entry by dbats on Sep 26, 2013

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    ... worthy of another tip!

    Our first class cabin seats 6 people. Our luggage took up most of the limited overhead area. Hope this doesn’t cause any problems with any passengers who may join our cabin.

    The train departed on time and the journey followed the coast until Genoa. Peter and I dozed on and off whilst the train rocked us gently. Only one other passenger came into our cabin. Phew. Lucky.

    During ...