Kyriad Nice Port
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... who make food for me to enjoy! The only drama of the evening occurred when Lucy watched her knife fall, in slow motion, over the balcony to the street 3 levels below... all was fine, no passers by at the time, no cars of bikes skewered and the rescue of the knife was completed. After a quiet dinner in I was ready to sleep but Lucy & Lynda went for a stroll looking for Lucy's bus stop ready for her departure in the morning.
Lucy's next stop - Italy! Ours - Burgundy!
... until the 1950's. We had lunch at Ese (down in the newer part of town), which was lovely too. After lunch we continued the drive down into the tiny principality of Monaco. At one point you can actually see the borders of 3 different countries, France, Monaco and Italy. Monaco is the 2nd smallest country in the world after the Vatican City. It is very obviously extremely wealthy and has a regular population ...
We paid for our room and said goodbye to Giuliano this morning around 8. We took a three minute rain ride to Monterosso, the fifth of the Cinque Terre villages. We did not go to # 2, Manerola, but we spent time in each of the others. We ate breakfast in Monterosso before going on to Nice, France. There are no lockers at the train station so we had all our bags with ...
Nice. Arrived at 9pm. It was raining. Have learnt that if you approach a taxi, in the rain with backpacks on and simply show him an address, he knows you don't have a clue. He will then proceed to load you bags n the taxi and tell you it will be €20 to travel for what according to google maps is only a 12 minute walk. No thank you very much. We walked, jumped on a tram but were still soaked by the time we arrived. I got a bit excited w the warm ...
... the famous city, perched on the edge of the coast at the bottom of a steep decline. However, with many kilometres to travel before reaching Avignon in France we decided to keep travelling.
Next stop was Cannes for lunch. It was hot, summery and alive with people when we arrived. We were pleasantly surprised at how lovely the city appeared, and noticed that it was somewhat similar to the Gold Coast, mixed with a little bit ...