Ibis Styles Nice Aeroport
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... Baux until the French Revolution, which is why Prince Rainier and Princess Grace received the key to the city in 1982.
The town is one of those impossibly charming and medieval ones that makes you want to move there immediately. (Truth is, you'd end up being bored to death and sick of tourists clogging up the streets.) The streets twist off in different directions, most climbing up toward the castle, and there are stairways all over as well. The shops all ...
... if ya didn't know Geneva borders France) and we discovered of course we couldn't check in until 2 hours before, that our bags weighed too much and there was only 1cafe to choose from. So we began the fun times repacking our bags in the waiting area haha! We got it sorted and decided we should just spend the rest of our Swiss francs on beer. The beer was the cheapest in Switzerland- never would've thought the airport would ...
... and the Mediterranean Sea. We were also able to drive around some of the track.
Next stop of significance after lunch was to the Leaning Tower of Pisa. Tower looks great now after being fully restored, with the significant lean still very apparent. Surrounded by some lovely grassy lawns, the complex includes a cathedral building and another ...
... and a bottle of wine for the room. The price of a bottle of water at the Hotel was outrageously expensive. At the store, we ended up in the line for credit cards, thanks to the broken English translation of a nice lady. Made our purchase and asked for a bag. Oops, "not free, not free" they told us. I tried to give them cash because the bags were only 15 cents. "Credit card only". So, we walked down the ...
... English. As sad as it sounds, this is pretty comforting to see sometimes. It is just nice to see something in your native language when you are constantly trying to speak another one. Anyways, we ate there, it was pretty reasonably prices and it was delicious as well! From there,we ventured out into the pouring rain, and headed to the Palais Lascaris. This is an old building in Nice that has been turned into a musical instrument museum. ...