Kyriad Nice Stade
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... as the sun baked the galets underfoot. Galets are smoothed river rocks, forced down to the sea by melting mountain ice each spring. In full sun the galets reach scorching temperatures, which is in part a reason we selected a private beach for use of lounge chairs.
When our bodies were browned and the sun began to sink, we set off through the city center. We darted in and out of shops, searching for remnant Bastille Day sales and a ...
It rains just over 60 days each year in Nice, France and that had to occur while we were visiting. We managed to see some sunshine in the morning and enjoy the beautiful scenery. Our time was spent eating the local food such as gelato :). Enjoyed getting to know people on our bus tour better and seeing more of France. Visited a perfumery on our way to Monaco the second smallest country. We spent one evening in Monaco visiting the casinos and royal palace. Off to Italy ...
... the town - yes we needed another stair fix- then made our way to station and back to Nice. went down to beach front a Nice - again not many in water but beach itself quite busy. Lots of families out and about and most shops in town were closed so I guess this added to the crowds. - Leaving tomorrow for our marathon train journey (8hrs) to Barcelona. Loved Barcelona before, hope it is the same this time.
Love you and miss you - Mum and Dan (Helen and ...
... a safe way for me to take them home. I was also finding my regular day shoulder bag bulky and cumbersome, so I bought a smaller shoulder bag. I took both these pieces back to the hotel, dropped them off, then fought my way back through the incredibly busy afternoon crowds at the main Christmas market to the Old Town, and returned to Castel Hill. It was still a little early for the sunset shots I was after so I had ...
... way :-( We got off near the train station and proceeded to walk around the port towards Fort Carre, past the most amazing yachts. It is the largest yachting harbour in Europe with moorings for 2,000 yachts. As soon as I stepped off the bus the sole of my joggers started to flap. I had glued them before coming away with the intention to then throw them out, and they had got me all round Paris, but now they decided to become unstuck! It didn't prove too hard to ...