Kyriad Nice Stade
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... apartment. At the apartment we drank sparkling wine, and chit-chatted until I couldn't possibly keep my eyes open any longer.
The next morning, I decided to let the group sleep-in. We were probably averaging close to 5 or 6 hours of sleep each night in Amsterdam, and after a long flight that's a recipe for getting sick. Around 11 everyone slowly woke up or I woke them up, and we got out of the apartment and headed to the beach by noon. We basked in the sun until about ...
... of us and we reciprocated, it comes in handy to make friends at tourist points when travelling as a couple for photo opportunities.
It was a gorgeous day and we wandered around the grounds of the chateau and ruins, it overlooks Nice and is the best vantage point for photos. Really was awesome views of the whole city, I didn't realise Nice was so huge and spread out. We spent a good few hours wandering around the top, frequently ...
... shore in a boat that had been set adrift (thus, the boat for the festival)) are mesmerizing. I love being able to see the horizon. The sun was warm, the sea was glittering, there was a soft breeze, and there's that moment where you think, "I could live here." All I need is a little villa up on the hillside ....
Our last supper was at Le Grand Balcon (not sure where this alleged balcony actually was) just around the corner from the hotel. Très pratique! I sat with ...
... is not hard to tell why the rich and famous hang out here.
Kate managed to score 3 tickets to the Monaco boat show, so the girls frocked up and headed back to Monaco on Tuesday on the train this time, ready to pretend they knew something about boats and hang out. Meanwhile Clint and I took the 5 boys to a French League 1 game between Nice and Lille. We stupidly decided to drive, leaving with a ridiculous amount of spare time, ...
... idea. It is surprisingly hectic, I'm a very strong swimmer but I am so drunk that I only just remember this swim, one of my stupider decisions looking back on it. The floor of the beach is pebbles, there is no sand. It is constantly changing and morphing as waves crash and your feet try to settle, it's a strange sensation, in my inebriated state probably a dangerous combination as well. To celebrate my survival I help dress Wasp into his skinny jeans. Bonding. ...