Kyriad Nice Stade
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... side of France which was not just acres of grapes!! An extremely greasy pizza finished the night off and bed for an early start the next day . Shazz was given some most important information at the winery (I opted out when they went down stairs to the cave...ie a wanky term meaning down underground in a dug out area).
1. She does not hold the wine glass correctly ...stem only, not a good grip of the bowl
2. French ppl ...
... getting one
with Ace-King. At 35 Euro I decided one more hand, so that whatever happened I
would leave having won money at Monte Carlo. I won the last hand so left with
45 Euro. We cashed in the chips then headed next door to the Sun casino to go
to the rooftop bar and meet up with the rest of the group as they finished in
the casinos.We then headed back on the bus to Nice. As we hadn’t had
dinner we quickly changed ...
... headed on to Grasse. Bill thought we'd need more petrol to reach Nice so we stopped at a self-serve, self-pay which didn't accept his MasterCard. Luckily a French woman and her mother were filling up at the same time so she tried to help us and suggested trying another card. Before I got mine out I suggested perhaps we could pay them to use their card (thanks Rick Steves). They were happy to help, so we gave her mother 20€ and we filled up using her ...
... on the way up.
We walked around looking at the Palace and the guards and then asked a
guard who did not speak great English where to find the Petit Train for a tour
of Monaco (did not think a repeat of the walking Saturday would be conducive to
engaged kids!!) The tour started at
9.25am and was in English, took us to all the main places around Monaco and was
great to get some of the history in the commentary – we all learned
something!! The ride ...
... the route. After making my way as far as I can go, turn around and walk back down the street past the ritzy hotels and shops like Gucci, Armani, Louis Vuitton, etc. Can't afford anything in any of the windows that I check-out, but one can dream.
After walking for a while, head in from the water and walk along the inner streets, where there are a number of shops, just not as extravagant as the ones right on the water. There are a number ...