Hotel Campanile Nice Acropolis
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... shops selling candied fruit (a specialty of Nice). We take pictures of the impressive Opera House before entering the Cours Selaya. This is the famous open air market that is held daily except for Mondays. We gawp at the amount of fresh produce on display, it all looks so delicious. Magnificent flower bouquets are on show at some stalls with prices a fraction of what you would pay for similar back home. We head out onto the broad avenue ...
... at the top with another panoramic view of the city below. In the city, we explored the Old Town and walked through some of the historic shopping centers. The locals weren't the most hospitable people, but we still managed to find a few friendly faces who took our lunch orders and helped us with directions. We browsed the various street vendors in the market, keeping an eye out for anything that we could take home with us. Hours later and empty-handed, we were ...
... and I was doomed to another sleepless night at this guys hand.
The next morning he beat us up even though I technically never slept, and went to the bathroom. He spent and I am not exaggerating 1 hour and 30 minutes in the bathroom!! Doing what we have no idea the tap was running constantly and the cleaning lady came in 4 times trying to clean it. When he finally left the bathroom free was 11 am and we had the chance to shower and go to the toilet. He had left the place looking like ...
... our own. The beach is actually quite interesting as it's all pebbles, no sand to be seen anywhere... After Nice we continued driving to what we believed was the highlight of the day, Ese. This is a tiny medieval town literally built into the sides of a cliff in approx 1306. It is just so scenic and quaint. Around every corner is a little cafe or restaurant, a shop or accommodation.. The town actually had no ...
... go into the duomos for Mass. There is so much marble around here and all the statues are carved in Carrera marble. Even the street kerbs in Florence are marble, but slippery when wet! The floor in the Sistern chapel is paved with marble from all over the world that was gifted to the popes. There's so many different colours there but Florence mainly has white, pink and green. Well, what an interesting experience! We were dropped off in the bus car park and swamped by ...