Ibis Styles Nice Vieux Port
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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It was up early in the morning and back onto the bus. It is a painful process having to pack your bag each night as you need to leave it out your door when you go to breakfast, so not much time in morning for fluffing around! Today is even worse as we don't have porters at this hotel and we have to take our bags to the bus. Doesn't sound a biggie …
... tight. The reason we stopped in Nice for one night was because our train would have arrived in Avignon, France much too late for our host to meet us, so we spent the night in Nice and arrived in Avignon the following day.
Dana rested for a bit and I went exploring. Later we walked into town and found a nice cafe that was highly recommended. We hung out and had some appetizers and drinks ...
... nights we went out and played Frisbee, as one of the guys had a frisbee which has a light. The first night we played the we said goodbye to the frisbee as it landed on top of the passing tram! Another frisbee was quickly ordered from the US and we got to play one last game the night before Sam and I left. As a group we also went out for dinner one night to a lovely Italian restaurant, which was recommended by the guy at the hostel.
While in Nice, Sam and I ...
... nap. Such an exhausting day but a fabulous day also. By the time we finally made it back to Fifi it was definitely time to shower and settle in for an early night. We were just starting a movie around 8ish when there was a knock on the door, Brendan's new English friend from next door wanted him to come and play, poor baby was too tired. Such a popular fellow is my man.
Anyway time for some well earned rest and a new day of adventure ...
... the detail of the decoration was fantastic, the casino was not what I was expecting...it was quite quiet and small. Probably 1/2 or less the size of Crown in Melbourne. Minimum bets for blackjack was €25 and we did witness several high rollers lose up to $30K on a single spin of the roulette wheel. The people here are incredibly rich and do not pay tax on anything! Hence the lavish cars, boats and houses we layed eyes on!
No luck ...