Hotel du Petit Louvre
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Concierge desk
- Microwave in room
- Multilingual staff
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... each night before heading off to dinner.
There are a lot of restaurants and bars, with mainly an Italian influence.
The water feels good, but as yet, we have not ventured in.
To be continued after dinner.
OK, back from a very nice seafood dinner.
I started with a Prawn Cocktail, and didn't even have to stop for the ode. Really felt like I was in an RSL.
Then I had monkfish, Seems to be quite popular ...
... a fire or two. Finally in 1860 under the Treaty of Turin, Nice was transferred to France. With much objection, Giuseppe Garibaldi (who was born in Nice and later became the first King of Italy) conceded Nice to France. See my travel blog on the Duomo to see a photo of King Garibaldi seated on a horse in front of this famous Milano cathedral. Nice's alliance with France lasted until 1942 when Italy once more took control of Nice during the early years of World War II. During ...
... of information plays on my mind as she's very close to me at dinner, laughing at things I say that aren't even funny, either she is interested or I have a wonky eye and a booger hanging out of my nose.
After dinner we head to a bar, I'm not exactly sure why but I get into a ****** mood, I think it's because of the fact drinks are a rip off, all drink prices listed don't include a mixer, so to get a ******* bourbon and coke you have to pay an extra ...
After 23 hours awake we had caught a train, two planes and a bus and feel into our bed of a little French hotel close to St Gare railway station. Swiss Air, great service, staff and food, thumbs up beat Lufthansa for friendliness by a country mile. Zurich airport great transit very efficient, we only have 40 minutes and immigration was so quick. ...
... couches, bar and kitchen facilities. Happy hour was at 6pm (4 Euro cocktails) so by the time I got myself sorted with a few emails, showered and back to the bar it was just the right time. Strawberry Daiquiri's were my choice for the evening and they were going down very well! I sat at a table with a lovely couple, Sam and Siobhan who were from NZ but have made the move to the UK a couple of weeks earlier. They are travelling ...