Hotel Kyriad Nice Gare
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... get back down, and we were all glad to be in a large group! We
seemed to get down a lot more quickly than we got up! We then headed back along
the beach into town. Paul, Amanda, Steve and I wandered around in the city for
a bit before heading back to the hotel.
Fact of the Day: All Swiss men are required to serve in the
military and after this time must by law keep their uniform and gun, ready for
if it is ever needed.
... in our room. Nice is a city that I could spend more time. It is a gorgeous place and very easy to get around. Today has been one of our best days. Nice and surrounds just ooze money. Just near our ship there are a multitude of boats that would be worth millions of dollars. In Nice today we saw an Aston Martin, followed by a Maserati, followed in third place by a lowly Mercedes sports. Tomorrow we have an early breakfast and then take a car to Nice-Ville railway station and then off to ...
... Guiness for Paul and a pint of Cider for the girls at the local Irish Bar. It really is thirsty work walking around in the heat. Temps of roughly 26 degrees but it is so much hotter than home.
Checked out where the Movie Stars attend the Awards Ceremony in 'Cannes' and really not much else to do so the girls were way more interested in going for a swim which they enjoyed so much at the end of the day. Drove home in the dark admiring the lights of 'Nice' in ...
... be in a couple of days (right now I still didn’t find it funny).
With the tunnel fiasco behind us, we climbed onto the bus thankful for a ride home.
But once again tragedy would ensue.
Somewhere on the regular route for the bus there was an accident, so the driver was told to take another route. However, they did not tell our driver that her bus (the bus was one of those double jointed ones) could not make the turn. ...
It was always going to be our longest day on the bus and so it was. A long morning on the motorway before lunch at Digne Les Bains. After lunch we were off the motorway and on to the much more challenging Route Napoleon. This 325 km stretch of road is the route taken by Napoleon on hIs march to Paris in 1815 on his return from his imposed holiday on Elba, although there was not ...