Hotel Azur Riviera
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Azur Riviera Nice
Although the hotel was a 2 star hotel, it was described as somewhat more. Staff reasonably friendly and breakfast good, but rooms and standard of hotel needed to be improved
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... I'm for sure going to go back to this cafe for a early evening snack soon.
I didn't realize how not hungry I was after nibbling off of that platter until I ordered a sandwich and fries at the restaurant we moved to for dinner. I took about two bites before I was completely done (Conor ate my leftovers though, so thankfully no food went to waste). We hungout at MaNolans chatting, watching Soccer, and planning out our last full day of vacation. We called it an early ...
... throughout. This was a truly relaxing and enjoyable experience. To finish off we had Heidi's favourite, Soufflé with Grand Marnier - it was delicious. This has been my favourite dining experience of the holiday so far. Everything was just perfect. We headed downstairs to The American Bar for an Apple Vodka Martini with an eclectic Jazz trio playing - this was people watching at its best, glamour and style mixed with a quiet ...
Time always flies when you are having fun, but when you realize you're left with just a few weeks in a long and incredible journey, each day becomes that much more special. I knew when I came to Europe that it would be impossible to see everything I wanted, there just isn't enough time to warrant such a feet. Nonetheless, it becomes increasingly difficult deciding where to spend your time when there is little left.
Italy was the most ...
... to music, enjoying the sun and the not-so-crowded beach. I even went for a swim when I started feeling warm: the sea wasn't that cold, you get used to it after a while, and what amazed me was how clear the water was: even when it was too deep to touch the bottom; I could see me feet! Crystal clear - I loved it!
Then when I decided I'd baked enough, I went to walk up the steps ...
... and was quite prepared, however I had no idea of the feel of these beautiful river pebbles (that I would love in my Warrandyte garden). At the start of the beach, they were big, about 10cm and hard as you walked on them. Getting closer to the shore, they went down in size and you sunk about 10cm into them as you walked into the water. Once in the water there were lots of different sized pebbles and very unstable. When getting out of the ...