Ibis Styles Nice Aeroport
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... to our reservation. The food was ok but nothing spectacular so we all made up for it with €4.90 cocktails and 1L stein beers during their happy hour. We then went to one of the best bars called 'Wayne's' it was just a normal bar but it's main focus was live music. It was quite small but absolutely bursting with energy. We had two rows of long tables reserved up the front and our own waiter encouraging us to get drunk by bringing us our drinks and continuously ...
... bay the view is beautiful in all directions. We had rolls (love he french bagettues) on the stairs near the Monte Carlo race track. We were facsincated as ordered our food and had to put the money in a slot and the change spat out. The server did not touch the money at all.
Walked up to the Palace. The view of Monarco was amazing. There were guards standing to attention outside the Palace and every so often they came out and paraded up and down ...
... drive. We found our hotel, checked in and the manager gave us the directions to a very nice restaurant. We had dinner and then went to bed. The Megane was supposed to be ready around 2:00PM the next day. We drove the 2 1/2 hours back to he dealership and Stacy drove the Megane, while I drove the Corsa back to the airport. When we checked the car in, they found a long scratch on the passenger door. Oh, ...
Ahhhh today was interesting. I was originally going to take the 2:30 train out of Paris to Nice but I decided to shoot for earlier. I got to the train station 10 minutes before the train was supposed to leave but the ticket line was way too long so I had to reserve a seat for the next train at 12:50. Still earlier than 2:30 though so I was still on track! I was waiting at the station and got food for later (last time I didn't get food on a long train ...
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Eze village, nestled high above the seaside is like being transported into Pinnochio-land: as you walk the ...