Kyriad Nice Stade
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... br> We enjoyed Danita's Birthday dinner in a Restaurant in the Old Town and attempted to avoid Restaurants where groups of Soccer fans were cheering on their teams. I have a feeling we were the only ones in town who don't like Soccer!
Leisurely, pleasant walk back to the car where we had to pay €9.80 for their fee.
Hasn't taken us long to realise how expensive it is down here. But beautiful nevertheless.
Back home and it was time to sing ...
... is! We are travelling on one of the TGV fast trains, but it is still about a 5 to 6 hour trip. We are skirting along the coastline and hope to glimpse some of the resort towns like St Tropez. It is certainly less stressful sitting back in my seat instead of dodging all the thousands of trucks on the auto way. Man they were scary. Hoping for a decent night's sleep tonight as we are off to Monte Carlo ...
... a lot of great museums so we walked around Old Town Nice and visited some museums and stopped for some gelato on our way to them. We had an early night in that night since the weather wasn't ideal and since we had an early morning bus ride the next day.
Funny Story: Picture me trying to ride a bike when I haven't ridden one in probably around 10 years...that is funny enough in itself. #uncoordinatedandawkward
... Sarah went to the supermarche with Deb and Liam before heading to their place, while R and M headed back to the apartment in the old town to get some new footwear and a change of clothing for M. Then headed off on the twenty minute walk to Adam and Deborah's. A cruisey afternoon playing with the Wii, and talking to A and D. Liam and Meg and getting on very well. Starting to argue with each other now!
This mornings mission is to find an atm to get some money out as I'm running low from my last withdrawal in Venice. After succeeding to get out money we bought croissants from a very fancy bakery. Simple things like buying a croissant can be so hard. For instance in Australia in a bakery you would ask and pay the same person but here they get you to pay the person at the cash register or you can be asked to pay first and then you are given a docket to ...