Hotel Les Chamois
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... beach is entirely stones. The little kids seemed not to be bothered by them and were barefoot. The adults wore flip flops until they got into the water. And yes there were some topless women (I knew Karl would ask). But most women chose to keep their tops on including the Wesolowicz girls. The few women who ditched their tops probably would have been best to keep them on......they were overly endowed if you get the drift. We hung out at the beach ...
... the remaining length to the station and board an absolutely crammed train toward Italy. We felt like sardines in a can as everyone was shoulder to shoulder and keen to get to the train due to the strike. Most passengers got off at Monaco and we continued on to Lake Como via a change in Milan. Sure not to arrive on time thanks to French rail, we were not certain exactly how we would reach our hostel, which was 40min drive from the station. But I guess we would cross that bridge when we get ...
... pleasantly surprised that here I can get a train to Nice half an hour earlier than expected. The hostel seems really good. There'll be a high demand for the toilet in my room with 13 girls (!) but it's not crazy expensive, seems clean, has wifi, and best of all has really nice helpful staff. After a brief post-travel regroup (and free coffee) I head out to see what the beach of Nice is like. Not nice! Though it's grey today there are people everywhere - too many people for the area ...
... Monaco is. With the number of Bentley's, Ferrari's, Porches, and Lamborghini's driving around we knew you would have to be a millionaire to live here. We walked alongside the grand prix track which was really cool. The grand prix was only on a few days before we got there so they still had marquees and grand stands up. We walked up the hill to the old part of town to check out the Palace, the guard at this palace was not like the ones ...
And in between the lull and the goodbyes this happened:
I joined the Berthemont-les-Bains choir while I was staying with Liz and Mel. It sounds a little grander than the four-women-two-men-setup it actually was. Having joined in several rehearsals and made a good go of learning songs in six different languages it seemed right to jump on a morning bus from a cold Nice for a 90-minutes of stop start traffic followed by continous winding up the Vesubie valley to a ...