Adagio Access Nice Magnan
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Today we bid farewell to Hotel Inglaterra and Barcelona. We got up, got packed, had a coffee and pastry at Costa Café just across the street (pretty good by the way) and headed for the ship by cab. Checking in as a Diamond is sure easier than it used to be. We had a light lunch in the Windjammer and got in our rooms at 1. Unfortunately the luggage didn't get in until close to 5. So we just explored and chilled until dinner at 5:30. ...
... had a nice trip.
We were supposed to to get off at Genoa Piazza Principal station and indeed we thought we had but quickly discovered we had gotten off at the wrong station....one stop too early. Yikes!!
We asked around and someone said, Oh you need to catch the #20 bus across the street to get to the other station. We cross the street and at the bus ticket counter we inquired once ...
A slight change of plans (train track closures) meant Sam and I went straight from Barcelona to Nice in one long day on 3 trains. Leaving the hostel in Barcelona at 7.30am, catching the first train with no worries, got our tickets for the second train during the 40 minute stopover, then were supposed to have a 50 minute stop over between before the last train however the second train decided it would breakdown for 50 minutes at the second last station. Fortunately ...
... of us and we reciprocated, it comes in handy to make friends at tourist points when travelling as a couple for photo opportunities.
It was a gorgeous day and we wandered around the grounds of the chateau and ruins, it overlooks Nice and is the best vantage point for photos. Really was awesome views of the whole city, I didn't realise Nice was so huge and spread out. We spent a good few hours wandering around the top, frequently ...
I've talked with friends and family a lot about my struggles with adjusting to the ways of life in France. A short list of these are hours of operation, finding a place to practice yoga, and grocery shopping. These three items are near and dear to my heart. I've survived each situation, and seem to be presented with alternative options just when I think it's a lost cause - but I think that you might enjoy hearing about some of the differences.
Hours of operation. ...