Ibis Budget Nice Aeroport
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- Pets allowed
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... solved! Pretty drive on to Grasse where we put the car in the park and walked out to the Fragonard Perfume museum and factory. The historical items in the museum were quite amazing, especially the huge travelling set which included bed warmer, wash basin and jug, cutlery, tea set and all the necessities of life when away from the home chateau. We joined an English speaking tour group that had just started and learned about the process of making perfume ...
... Lerins, who wanted to build a village. Among others, this village is laid out along the grid pattern of Roman military camps, with two perpendicular avenues and a forum or public square at the intersection.
Sophia Antipolis, a technology park is close by. Created between 1970 and 1984 the park is a center for companies dealing in computers, electronics, pharmacology and biotechnology as well as colleges and universities; it is the European headquarters ...
... for a5pm bus which got us to nice at 8pm. We watched the movie chef on the way so the trip went fast . There was a car on fire on the side of the road. The bus dropped us in a sketchy area in the middle of nowhere and there were no taxis anywhere. We just walked around until we found a tram then got on that and off at the train station stop then wandered around for ages trying to find the hotel. Was 9:30 by the time we arrived. We had long hot ...
... It is the weirdest most interesting place I've ever seen. Seriously could have sat at the cafe in Plaza de la comedia all day (or many more) and people watched. Some super talented street performers, some not so talented street performers and an array of all types of artistry, homeless, vagabonds and drifters. Very interesting! Yes, yes, I know we were right in the tourist place - and that the city is much more than that square - but that was our limited impression. Wade was ...
... br> We enjoyed Danita's Birthday dinner in a Restaurant in the Old Town and attempted to avoid Restaurants where groups of Soccer fans were cheering on their teams. I have a feeling we were the only ones in town who don't like Soccer!
Leisurely, pleasant walk back to the car where we had to pay €9.80 for their fee.
Hasn't taken us long to realise how expensive it is down here. But beautiful nevertheless.
Back home and it was time to sing ...