Hotel Les Chamois
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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... Art – again we had free entry. We made our way straight to the top to enjoy the panoramic views of the city. We took a million pictures and scoped out various landmarks and sites we should visit. The cemetery on top of the hill with the various statutes peaking through the trees, and the various markets down below.
· Promenade des Anglais – this area was packed with people due to the carnival and the ...
A busy day today, got off to an early start and travelled to Pisa. We were the first tourist bus to arrive which meant there was no other annoying tourists around. Everywhere we go there is normally another dozen bus loads of tourists. Makes it so busy and so hard to get decent photos. Even though we were there about 8.30 there were already a few people getting around.
... met a few hours earlier. I know we'll stay in touch and we're gonna try our hardest to meet up again in Scotland. Aside from wandering Nice from 2-6 am, I didn't do much. I went to Nice to take a vacation from my travels. I didn't want to see any historical landmark or walk for miles, so I did a little shopping and went to the beach. It was a great break and a good chance for some rest. Now on to ...
Before I get started on my next blog, I just wanted to say that I really appreciate all of you guys reading the blog and I especially love the comments - keep the comments coming! The drive to Nice was long as usual. This time we didn't stop anywhere for sightseeing things so the drive went by faster than normal. Another interesting aspect of this trip is how through all of the different countries we are goin in and out of, we haven't had to show our passports at any ...
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 ...