Hotel Belles Rives
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Where do I start? This is an amazing apartment right in the heart of the Old Town of Nice. We overlook the Place Rossetti and from the balcony have a lovely view of the the cathedral of Nice at the other end of the square. The street goes from the castle hill down to the square and, in keeping with most of the old town streets, is barely a car width - not that this fact impedes some drivers! Actually deliveries are supposed to ...
... hard can it be to get home... Train station closed, no buses an finally find a taxi but wants €100 so he gets the middle finger an a windmill! All park up at the train station an sleep on the street until finally chaz finds another taxi at 4am.. Never been soo happy to get home! Next day hit Monaco an the Monte Carlo casino from James Bond! Talk about coin in this place, lambos, Ferraris etc everywhere ...
... I still had a choice of a few different trains, so I got the one at 12:30pm. This train left from the Nice Ville station, and it was a madhouse! I didn’t realise just how mental this strike was making people, but it made me really glad that I have been travelling by bus instead of by train. This place was just crazy.
I got the train to Cannes and arrived there by 1pm. There is not a ton of stuff to see there, but it was a much nicer city to ...
... deal and found one close by. When we ordered the American breakfast with eggs and bacon we were told that it was not available as they were short a chef till lunch. So it was the French breakky - croissant, baguette, jam, butter, fresh orange juice and coffee. As they say, do as the French do. It was good, except for the free cigarette smoke we got from both sides. Argh. We decided to wander and found the nearby promenade parklands - a long stretch a bit like our south bank ...
... them. Finally we came to the Sentier Littoral, the walking path around the cape. The views were superb, but unlike our other hikes, we encountered a lot of people. After lunch at a beach, we headed back across the peninsula to Juan-les-Pins, for a total of almost 9 miles (easy ones compared to our previous hikes).
In town, I saw some shoes I want, but the store was ...