Ibis Budget Nice Aeroport
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... mined there. There are still quarries, but they're only cutting sandstone now.
In the Middle Ages, Les Baux was ruled by lords who claimed to be descended from King Balthazar of Magi fame. They were ruthless warriors, but eventually they lost Les Baux and control of Provence to nobles from Barcelona. In the 16th century, it was something of a haven for Protestants. Eventually, Cardinal Richelieu had the castle destroyed. The Grimaldi family of Monaco also ...
Last night we had these grand plans of looking at the entertainment on board the cruise ship and exploring all of the different bars and offerings. We had so much beautiful food both of us nearly required rolling out of the restaurant and it was straight to the room for showers and bed. The two things I really missed on the walk were good salads and steaks. I loaded up on both last night. We had beautiful weather again for ...
... as he pretended his coach was a Ferrari winding its way along the tight twisty roads. When I say Leon, I mean me. The drive into Nice seems like it's a pain in the **** for him, on multiple occasions we had to stop, reverse and or wait for cars to reverse, this all being done in a coach worth over 200,000 Euros, he did well to make it to the hostel without a scratch. We head to our rooms, this hotel is one of the best so far, in our room we have: James, Ganzer, ...
... I love Chagall, so I really enjoyed it. They also included free audio guides with admission, so we were able to learn a lot about Chagall's work. We both loved the windows in the auditorium of the museum. It started raining while we were in the Chagall Museum, so instead of going to the beach like we were hoping to, we went to the Museum of Contemporary and Modern Art. There was a big Alexander Calder sculpture outside, and a couple smaller ones inside the museum, so ...
... our bottle of wine and six pack of water with no bag.
We had our glass of wine on our balcony and went to bed. We decided to just sleep as long as we wanted and figure out what to do the next day, depending on what time we got up. After being up for over 24 hours, we collapsed into bed.
No pics of us today. Just the room view You wouldn't want to see us after a 10 hour flight anyway.