Hotel Campanile Nice Acropolis
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... is well done, though nothing spectacular. An octopus was pretty entertaining (they're very clever, and I think this one was playing with us), and I'd never seen -- nor even heard of -- a giant guitarfish before. The front half of him looked like a ray, and the back half like a shark. He mostly stayed on the bottom of the shark reef tank, but then he would rear up and sort of crawl up the glass so we could see his underside. I think he was tired of being stared at. A ...
... for late Arvo/evening.The water was beautiful and warm, and of course it was so sunny and hot outside! It was great to cool off that's for sure.After the swim we went back to the apartment for showers& got changed to head to the richies play ground. We caught the train to Monaco and it only took about 25mins to get there. The coastline along this train trip was awesome again! So many cool bays along the way, would be cool to explore ...
... ride to the second smallest and the most densely populated country in the world, that is Monaco. Although flamboyant in every single way, from the streets lined with Ferraris and Maseratis, the harbour filled with hundreds of fabulous million dollar yachts, to the high end fashion and the Monte Carlo casino which makes enough profit that residence don't need to pay tax (mind you there is 1 million euro ...
... of the Monaco standard). This place was mind boggling with the amount of money that filled its streets. Every second car was quite literally a Bentleigh or Ferrari or the sort. The restaurants were filled with high rollers smoking the thickest Cuban cigars you could imagine and with suits that would make even Frank Sinatra feel like a hobo. To be honest the amount of wealth was sickening. Especially when the local real estate is selling a parking spot for the value of €300,000. ...
... Negresco which celebrates its 100 year anniversary this year. It is still a family run hotel and the interior is just magnificent.
There is a great view of the city from some Roman ruins on a hill at the end of the beach. The view takes in the old town, distinguishable by the red roofs and the beachfront – incidentally the whole beach is made up of pebbles, not sand like we are used to. On the other side of the hill is the port where we saw the ...