TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Carlone Nice
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... the best worst thing we've ever seen. 2 teenager singers, whom I can only imagine won France's version of "American Idol" or something, were the ultimate in pop cheesiness. But it was sure entertaining!
Back to the hotel and headed to bed. Tomorrow we pick up our rental car and Mark has a 5+ hour drive to get us to Annecy in the French Alps. Plenty more photos to check out, and lots more to share coming up!
... Needless to say I didn't go in there, but I did play roulette in the main room and won €50, hooray! Photos were forbidden inside unfortunately. Me and Ryan had been playing at the roulette table then we left the casino and I said to him 'Ryan, our whole group have left' (we'd been told the coach was coming at 10:15 and it was now 10:19). He looked at me and said 'oh ****'. We looked at each other in shock as ...
... then found what was more like a small inner city urban shopping area, with a
supermarket underground and other normal shops.
We bought Swiss chocolate which was much cheaper than at the
airport. And the pet shop was selling large spiders.
The flight over the Swiss Alps and across the north western
corner of Italy was a relatively uneventful 70 minutes – apparently it can be
an hour long roller coaster ride ...
... the beautiful people was made even more beautiful by our arrival. Unfortunately luck was not on our side and we did not win anything. The Monaco Boat show was on and the most opulent boats were in town. Cannot believe how huge they were. Straight out of a James Bond movie and there were stacks of them. the coastline between Nice and Monte Carlo is breathtaking to say the least. Apologies for no photos. Have to work out how to put them on the ...
... of men running bare chested, and I'm sure Hugh will also attest there were many women running in crop tops along the Promenade, so we managed to get through the kms ok.
After brekky we headed to Monaco to see how the rich and famous live. The drive in was at times pretty hairy as we wound our way around some pretty narrow streets which the French were not particularly fussed with sharing. We managed to get through unscathed but there are now a ...