Hotel Kyriad Nice Gare
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Pets allowed
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... we had done shopping, this was not the sort of place you'd be able to pop out for bread and milk. When we arrived we were welcomed by a Bangladeshi man, who was the porter and general factotum....we were taken from the car park down a very steep flight of stairs to the 'apartment', and the view, bedroom and bathroom were stunning, but that was all there was....no kitchen, dining room, lounge room.....there was a tiny bar fridge, which even if we decided we'd eat ...
8 October - Kusadasi (Turkey) Kusadasi means "Bird Island" and is an interesting city in the Aegean Sea. The small fishing village has now grown into a large town for tourists to visit the beaches and the Ephesus, credited with being colonized by the lonians in the 10th century BC. Passengers were welcomed at the port by a traditional Turkish dance troupe. The first stop was at the house of the Virgin Mary and rumored meeting place of the historic Council of ...
... walked around the harbour and marvelled at the multi millions dollar yachts and motor cruises that filled the marina. The opulence of most of these vessels is truly amazing.
The kids took a few laps in go-carts on the foreshore and felt like they were racing in the Grand Prix.
The tiny state of Monaco lies along the French Riviera on the French Mediterranean coast near Nice. An impressive 32,000 ...
... you name it, they sell it at the Markets. The vegetables are also plentiful as well and great quality. Have been enjoying vine ripened tomatoes on fresh baguettes each morning - yum! Oh, did I also mention the selection of cheeses, tapanades, olives & spices???
The food in Nice is just amazing. The freshest of produce available everyday but there is also an abundance of restaurants in this city if you don't want to cook. ...
... and Andie helped us with tieing the togas. The group for the night expanded once again. Chalk it up to traveling with backpackers. See group photo in this post at night. Apparently the toga party started 3 hours later than we thought, 9 rather than 6, and Philip and I were the only ones in Togas for a good amount of time. He pulled it off well with the mustache. I gave up hope around 930pm and took mine off. Shortly after people with all the Togas showed up. The last tram downtown ...