Le Castel Enchante
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... busy city centre to the Wilson hotel. It was the 3rd floor of an old building. The rooms were quaint and basic with shared toilets. The staff were friendly and spoke some English. The place was full of plants, quirky art and eclectic furniture. It had a real bohemian feel. We were keen to get a Sim card for Keith's phone and explore the innercity area. In Nicetoile, a nearby flash shopping centre we found a phone shop that sold us a chip. The city felt very attractive in the ...
... a point we could keep going with it.
The rest of the day went smoothly with a couple more stops
along the way to Nice. As we were coming in to the French Riviera we got some
amazing views from the hills down into the villages and across the ocean. We
arrived at our hotel with time to go and explore some of Nice before needing to
be back for dinner. Steve and I wandered down to the beach for a look. The
water looked beautiful but ...
... and over the old town. It started to rain lightly as we headed off which, unfortunately, spoiled our views as we drove down through the hillside towns and into Nice. The habitation became denser as we descended and got closer to the coast and some of the houses grew larger and more luxurious. The surroundings levelled out and we could see glimpses of the sea, eventually driving onto the Promenade des Anglais along the brilliant blue Mediterranean until we ...
... br> and some more lovely super yachts – bliss!
We found an escalator that we thought
would take us back down to the main town, it took us through 3 rock face levels
and we found ourselves in a carpark – walked through the bus park and asked for
help again and walked around a rock walk – just us to the Port – very cool.
Walked right up to the old Formula 1 car model and took photos for the
kids. Walked along ...
... Nice does not seem to care about the games, imagine that, so most places in the Old Town are not open for dinner yet. Wander around a bit until eventually I find a place that has outdoor seating, with a canopy overhead, and serving dinner. Place is right across from the bar that is showing NFL games, so that makes it quite convenient. Food is good, though the service is a bit slow, but being in France, guess that's sort of expected. Finish up ...