Kyriad Nice Ouest Saint-Isidore
Travel Blogs from Nice
... playground I've ever seen (check out the Octopuses garden photo).
Like the most handsome of men, Nice can make you do things you don't really want to do. I faltered and bought a completely unwise, difficult to carry, potentially breakable sculpture from the 1800's. David (who is more loveable with each day) supported this latest transgression by saying sanguinely, "Gaily, we can always buy another bag'. Enough said, sculpture ...
... that was occupied by Celtic Ligurians. Called at the time Nikaia, it derived its name from Greeks when they set up a trading post near the coast in 3rd century BC. Conquered by Romans in early Christian times, it developed into a higher lying medieval town where the former cathedral of Saint (Virgin) Marie (Mary) stood. Following Louis XIV order, the whole defense system was dismantled in 1706 when, during the war of Spanish Succession, the area ...
... about being organised but soon the egg was on my face when there were no additional beds available! With the tail between my legs, I walked 15 minutes to another hostel and luckily got the last bed for the night. I guess things always work out, or at least I’m lucky enough that it does for me. With it being a Tuesday night and most places shutting down, we walked around the Old Town for a while, had a meal, dipped our toes in the water and went back to our respective hostels ...
... of my dream cities. I must have hit home with karma somewhere cuz one by one, all of my dreams were being fulfilled. All of my prayers and wishes were being accepted and granted.
A stroll through the old part of Nice and along the beach, I caught a few interesting sights here and there, talked with a few more locals before I decided to call it a day. So here I am. Yet another productive day in the beautiful country of France. Live has been good. Goodnight ...
... Then went up to the lookout which was spectacular.
The afternoon was spent in Corniche, the old part of Nice. A very nice village with delicious icecream. Then to the Fraganard perfumery.
Dinner was at a beautiful family home on the cliffs of Nice. Words cannot describe it. It was a perfect setting ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed