Hotel Premiere Classe Nice - Promenade Des Anglais
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This hotel is nice and clean with a short distance to downtown.
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... way back to our train in plenty of time. Turns of most restaurants didn't open until 7 or 7:30pm. It was around 6pm and the group was pretty hungry, so luckily we did manage to find a cafe along the water that had food!
We had first stopped into this cafe because Sam and Neil wanted some gelato. We were asking if they knew of any restaurants that were open and serving food - turned out they were serving food! Not everyone was originally sold on this as our dinner spot ...
... promising studio I found had actually moved much farther away and just not updated their website (shoot!). Our house mom, Daisy, phoned her friend who practices twice a week at a local rec. center and I thought we were back in business! Conor went with me to the first class, three sweet older women arrived first and set out their beach towels/blankets to practice on...then the teacher changed her pants in front of us all before starting class (she didn't even bat an eye ...
... be a wonderful experience
They have a large walking promenade dotted with restaurants and shaded places to sit. This walk goes all along the waterfront and many people are taking advantage of it, even in the middle of October. We keep walking down and checking out the buildings. It has a kind of Fort Lauderdale/Miami feel. Miami because of the building styles, but Fort Lauderdale because of the quiet sophistication and hint of wealth that is everywhere. ...
•Picturesque scenic drive to Nice- cliffs with houses looking onto the blue water filled with expensive yachts! So many photos! •Visited the French Perfumery 'Frognards'. Learnt how French perfume is made. Only 50 French people are the noses (best of the best) at making perfume. Work 2 hours max a day. Bought mum perfume & ...
... the side of the hill. You wind your way down into the town and head to the underground coach parking they have developed to cater for all the tourist coaches who visit each year. We park and head up 2 sets of escalators and then a lift, all up about 8 floors to reach the main level. We walk to the church where Prince Rainier andGrace Kelly were married and also where they are buried (under the floor of the church). There are flowers all over her grave. we then move on up ...