Hotel Campanile Nice Acropolis
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- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... We left John here since he was going into the Matisse Museum, and Paul and I headed for the 15 bus back to the Vieux Ville. Were't sure what station to get off at so just took our chances and hopped off. Walked for a LONG time but finally found the Museum of Modern Art and knew we were in the right area. Another 20 minute walk to the old town. We were getting hungry by this time so we stopped in a cafe for a Nicoise salad and a ...
... Monaco for good. Overall, we weren't impressed by Monaco (which is not to say things there aren't nice, it just holds no appeal for us) and have basically zero desire to ever go back. Maybe if we lived in Europe and cared more about its prestige it would be more fun? We decided that Monaco is the Macau of France (/ Europe?), though that was the Macau we visited four years ago and it will probably be totally different next time we go (if ever..).
Friday, April 3, 2015
This morning we took a cab to the Matisse Museum (great gift shop.) I enjoyed it but we were told they would call a cab for us to get back. The woman told me she couldn't do it. So we headed for the bus stop. My husband made us take a short cut that brought us to the wrong bus stop. I'm glad I didn't listen to him and walked back towards the front of the Museum. We got on the #15 bus which the tour guide from ...
... country and see the (outside) of the Oceanographic Institute and Aquarium that was led by Jacque Cousteau for over 40 years. An impressive massive building built into the cliffs and overlooking the sea. We are planning to make a return on Saturday to explore the aquarium. We also saw the changing of the guard at the government center - an interesting ceremony much smaller and shorter than those at Buckingham Palace, but quite the sight nonetheless.
... three of the french teachers ("professors"). My teacher is the young one seated on the left of the photo. Her name is Peggy. This photo shows her having a smoke with her fellow teachers, though she has hidden the cigarette in the photo. The second photo shows the view from our classroom balcony. It can be ***********centrate on rote conjugation exercises with this view in the ...