Hotel des deux amis
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... pleasantly surprised when we got upgraded from a dorm to a private! So Jordyn and I had our own little mini hotel room! With a private bathroom and everything! We felt pretty lucky, and even had a TV to tune into the Olympics! (in French of course) Our first day in Nice was pretty low key, because we had very little sleep the night before. We walked down the promenade, and then explored the Old Town of Nice. We even came across a few places that we had vague memories of from ...
Every trip has a 'worst night ever' experience, this was ours. Dave has been up since 3am sick in Morocco with food or water poisoning. To ensure he experienced the wrath of his 24 hour bug, by the time our flight landed and we arrived to our hotel it was 3am in France. I'm unsure what was more frustrating, a taxi from airport to hotel being $100, or just missing the once every 2 hour bus and waiting in the cold for the next one. Oh I know ...
We started our trek towards Nice and made a pit stop in Antibes. We were curious to see what the hype was all about for the Cote D'Azur, and Antibes did not fail to live up to it. With its old town, port, beaches, and market, we were already attracted to everything it had to offer. We also discovered the hike along Cap d'Antibe, which proved to be quite scenic and had us right up against the crashing waves from the sea. We were able to finish the hike just ...
... over the years, I was unimpressed with the information he shared. There was only a few general historical comments, and while he told us how to get the bus card, he did not explain the bus, tram, or train details. Perhaps for Europeans no explanation is needed, but for those of us who live in the Motor City where GM bought up all the trams in the fifties and in effect ran public transport into the ground, figuring out the labyrinth of routes ...
... a small village. We had a great deal of trouble finding our hotel when we first arrived because when we put the address into our Navman and into Google maps it sent us to the wrong address. It took us hours to work it out. We even went to another hotel by the same name in another town about 30 km away before working it out. We were greatly relieved when we finally got there. The hotel was actually a few kilometres from the nearest town of Entraigue which ...