Ibis Styles Nice Aeroport
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... t even meant to be in that carriage, grrr. Anyway we got to the French station and nearly everyone got off. I went to the ticket office and the lady informed me that the nice train station was closed for maintenance so we would have to wait until tomorrow. There were no replacement buses or signage anywhere. We decided to get a train to marseille which was a big city near nice which would surely have buses going. We had lunch at a little cafe where the ...
... set off for La Spezia where we boarded our train to France where we were to meet more cousins, this time from the Gribble side of the family, Tash's Dad. Our first stop was Nice, on the French Riviera. Summer finally hit! After walking around the old "Nice Ville" we found ourselves at the beach...unbelievably blue! Decision made: we quickly bought some baguettes, fromage...and a chicken ( we needed a rest from the jambon), went back to ...
... want to make a purchase but we went too fast for them to do so, oh well you miss out. The visit to Nice was short and sweet, after the market we had a quick walk through the streets which looked so lovely with all of their cafés and locals relaxing and just enjoying the day. Back on the bus and off to Eze we go. We take the coastal road which has the best views for overlooking the houses on the cliff faces that drop away to the ocean. We arrive at Eze and ...
... and the street runs right in to the outdoor market, and restaurants. Rooms were small but very nicely done and the staff were great.
For dinner we were on our own so we went to the market area and went to Le Festival de la Moule which was a mussels place. I had garlic and wine mussels and Paul had the lobster and shrimp sauce.
We walked around the vielle ville and walked to the Place Massena where they have just completed ...
... on a field trip. They were loud and dorky. This train brought us into France. Customs was simple. When the man handed me back my passport I said thank you in Spanish instead of French.
Our second train was only two cars long and was covered with graffiti. Our car had a group of old men and women that seemed to fight and laugh the whole trip. It was an interesting ride because we realized that we don't know this language and it might be a little harder ...