Kyriad Nice Port
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We had breakfast and got our bags packed and got on the bus at 9 then drove straight through to nice with a few breaks along the way! Worst bus ride ever. we arrived at 6pm at the hotel which was near the nice port and we all walked to dinner which was in a French restaurant a few blocks away. This was the best topdeck provided dinner we have had …
... we were already laying on the grass at the meeting point half an hour earlier. When we got back to the camp site we had to start getting ready to go to Monaco. The boys had to wear pants and a long sleeved shirt to get into the casino so they got changed about 5 minutes before we left. Us girls' make up was dripping and no one was happy. We got into the bus and started going to Monaco. We got out at the palace and took photos, had a glass ...
... to the church at the top of the hill. The sun was out and we had a clear view of Nice at the bottom of the valley. I had long since lost Athena to the shops so hung with Janet, Graham, Ian, Allison, John, Jeff and Sue. We all sat for a caffe under a large tree. Simply divine. Make sure you come to visit here if in Nice. I highly recommend it. After the tour finished at 12.00, and back in Nice central, Athena and I asked at the reception desk for ...
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Let me begin by telling you that I have lived in many different types of places. I have lived in a dorm with a roommate that shared showers with the rest of the residents on the same floor. I have lived in a house with 8 girls and two tiny bathrooms, and I have lived in little cabins with outdoor bathrooms. But nothing in my life had prepared me for living with 13 roommates of ...
... many towns along the way, however the fortified village of Entrevaux with its pack horse bridge made for a great afternoon coffee stop. On reaching the Riviera and Monaco we were in another world entirely. Every bit of space crowded with palatial houses and hotels, Ferraris, Mercedes and rollers in abundance, and on the water the largest yachts we have seen. We had dinner ...