Hotel Campanile Nice Acropolis
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... he hadn't seen her for a month, he still offered to walk us in to the station to help us to board the train; a truly genuine person.
We checked in to the Meyerbeer Beach Hostel and had another quick look for a ride to Venice the next day. There was still nothing being offered for our travel date but there was a direct ride the following day. We decided to book that ride, book an extra night in Nice and be done with it! It was time to hit the beach!
... in the Vieille Ville (Old Town) to try this favorite dish.
With limited space along the narrow alleyways, many of the restaurants in Old Town construct covered platforms that are placed on what would be two parking spots in the street. We were led onto the platform and sat at a cozy table in the corner. Le Amis de Chez Pipo offered a very simple menu: a single or double order of plain socca to be topped with one of the three ...
... we had on the south coast, we had the ocean, sunset, drinks and food and not a sound around – absolute bliss!
Following the coast we stopped at a beautiful town of Cassis which had peninsula and a gorgeous stony beach overlooking the rugged cliffs. The beach was definitely the best we swam in while in France however hard to get out of with the steep stones sadly. Frejus was ...
... fried puff pastry coated with powdered sugar. Very delicious.
The moss fountain on the Main Street of the old town is from the 17th century and is a natural warm spring, 37C.
Had a rather scary moment. As I boarded the bus, a woman tried to grab something out of my purse. Tina, one of the trainees grabbed her and she threw it back into the bus. It wasn't anything of value but it could have been. Happened in a flash...I didn't even ...
I uploaded the pictures I missed for the last entry, so be sure to check them out!
The last day and a half in Nice was great! I got there about 8 hours after I had planned, so after locating the hostel and meeting my only roommate, I headed north up the hill to the ruins of the Roman town Cemenelus , 1st century B.C. to 5th century A.D. What's left is about 1/5 of the town's original size, mostly the bottom few ...