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... hard can it be to get home... Train station closed, no buses an finally find a taxi but wants €100 so he gets the middle finger an a windmill! All park up at the train station an sleep on the street until finally chaz finds another taxi at 4am.. Never been soo happy to get home! Next day hit Monaco an the Monte Carlo casino from James Bond! Talk about coin in this place, lambos, Ferraris etc everywhere ...
... We grab a crepe and I have the most amazing lemon meringue gelato. Bon Apetit.
At the end of the beach we head up some steps to a lookout and watch the storm clouds rolling over and thunderstorms in the distance.
There is some football on tonight so we head to the Irish Bar Ma Nolan's to catch a game complete with English commentary. Spain versus Netherlands - there was a lively crowd for this game.
... and strolled around the city a bit before retiring back to our hotel.
On Day 2, we were pretty sad to learn that it was pouring rain -- the fact that we didn't have rain gear was also a downfall. To start off the day (which was actually around 11) we decided to head to a bar named Wayne's that Bridget's sister had visited while she was visiting Nice. It was an international bar, so the workers all spoke English and their menu ...
... keys to this bus boy who parked it very very carefully while the guy was probably already ordering an entree in a restaurant! After this we essentially walked through town towards the train station to go back to Nice via designer stores!
After having to revive graeme by feeding and watering him, and finding some aircon to sit in, we took an open air bus tour around nice. There were quite a few interesting sights but the most memorable were the port ...
... finally made it to Nice and began our 10 minute walk to our accommodation, Hotel Victor Hugo, which we found without too many problems. Fortunately the owner, Giles and his adorable little dog, Cosette were both waiting for us.
Giles has part of the bottom floor of this charming building which is situated on Rue Victor Hugo, hence the name. He has converted the rooms he owns into B&B/hotel style accommodation with a Les Miserables theme (Victor ...