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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Multilingual staff
- Room service
- Non-smoking hotel
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... It's so lovely we're both very lucky, and even though we are yet to see the sunlight, it's so so hot out here. It's all been a bit of a whirlwind today but we're happy to have unpacked and settled in especially having figured out the wifi as it means we are able to keep in touch with everyone back home. Excited to see go out and start exploring our way round Nice tomorrow; filling the cupboards is definitely first on the ...
... sweet trip she was doing. We talked about our story and eventually said our good byes and good lucks before she headed back to her seat. About 15 seconds later, the man who was sitting next to me says "so did I hear you guys are from Chicago?" This was the start of a whole other conversation. I never got this guys name but he told us that he was from Austria and he had just visited Bordeaux and Dijon and was now making his way to the small paradise that is Nice for a business ...
... Nelspruit proche de la partie sud du Kruger Park à m’occuper de jeunes animaux de différents espèces. CARE for WILD AFRICA represents the tremendous effort of one courageous lady, who, with more than 18 years of experience in the care and conservation of wild animals, has now ventured out on her own to continue her quest to ensure that wild animals will continue to roam proudly and freely in ...
... the night. Antibes is a naval town, they are Nice's go to army base, they have the stone walls to prove it. We walked with no map and a general direction/sense, towards the Musee Picasso. The streets were small, full of flowers and cafes and the further we walked, the more people. Then we came across the second attraction we'd read about but not pursued, the famous Antibes Markets. There were unbelievable, not very big but very ...
Sept 4 - Dashed all over the place looking for somewhere we could watch the tennis and ended back in the Hop Store in Antibes. Susan was happy watching her mate Nadal (the Spanish noodle) beat Nalbandian. Back home we settled into dinner and TV.
5 Sept- Same as last night except we went to the local pub (Queen's Legs) where Eurosport showed only the women's matches. Home for dinner and check on the internet for the men's. I'd hate to be here ...