La Petite Sirene
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... in Nice, an hours drive away. I contacted them and fortunately they got back to e immediately to say their apartment was free. We booked it and headed off to Nice. En route to Nice AirBnB called from San Francisco to ask what had happened and what we were doing. By the time we arrived in Nice, AirBnB had cancelled the Menton booking and done a partial refund. By the following morning Nice time, there was a further email from AirBnB with the balance of the fees refunded. ...
... today. It is very ornate inside with beautiful carvings and artworks. Close to this was our stop for an appetizer of Greek food and Oozo. It was back in the bus and off to Kalafatis Beach. As it was very windy there were no swimmers but the beach is the first I have seen in Europe with sand and not pebbles. The next stop was Ioannis where we stopped for a photo shoot of Delos Island, one of the most significant excavated sites of Ancient Greece and ...
... even noticing a single balloon as he rubbed his eyes like a little child. I laughed to myself, waiting for him to notice. When I heard an "aww" from behind the kitchenette wall I exclaimed a “Happy Birthday!”. He excitedly inspected all the flair before delving in to opening his presents. Our day of fun in the sun was about to begin.
After we readied for the day, we intended to find a late breakfast, but the restaurant we had our hearts set upon did not open ...
A couple weeks ago I left for Nice,
it was one of the most beautiful beach towns I have ever seen. I know now, why
they call it the côte d'azure, the water is
incredibly crystal clear, blue. Yachts and mansions line the beachfront, and a
quaint little city center with touristy shops offers hours of entertainment.
While there my friend Thibault and I explored the other marvels this area has
to offer. Eze the Medieval village ...
... passed Cannes on the way to Nice and I was actually mad at myself for not staying here a night, but too late.
Once I got to the train station, it was easy to find the hostel, for once. When I got to the desk, another Canadian girl was in front of me, and funny enough she was from Ottawa but lives in Toronto as well. What are the odds!?! Then Tony, the desk guy, and I went to buy beer right after I ...