Hotel du Petit Palais
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... of people practicing their rock climbing descents. It is so high, we even saw people base-jumping off of it with parachutes. We all felt a little vertigo about being up so high, but Victor was fearless and walked right to the edge of the rocky mountain. The views of the sea and the towns below were spectacular, and provided a great opportunity to take it all in.
After the drive back to Nice, we left the tour guide and returned to the hotel to unwind. After a while, ...
... Christmas.....most shops haven't yet done their Christmas window displays and Christmas street lights are only just going up. Quite sensible! Unlike Australia where all the silliness starts in October, I think it is not until December when it all starts over here. Unfortunately we never got to experience the Hotel Negresco and it's restaurant in Nice, recommended by Terry and Brenda Theakstone, as if it hadn't been for our Menton experience, we wouldn't have stayed in ...
... in 1693. We stopped off at 2 handcraft stores, filagree silver jewellery and a beautiful range of blown glass. It was a quick trip back to the ship to catch the early departure for Barcelona. Again we went to the theatre and saw comedian Steve Caouette. 13 October - at sea to Barcelona A sleep in - yeah and time to start packing for departure the next day. 14 October - Departure day We left the ship at 7:30am and met Ramon who was taking us to the airport ...
... 15 PM. We used the time to first wander about the weekend Port de Nice art and antiques market. We next headed to the heart of Old Town, where we meandered in and out of shops and through narrow alleys. We stopped at Brulerie des Cafés Indien for espresso and noisette drinks. I was so impressed with their roast that I purchased a small bag to take home with me. We made it to the open air fish market before it was time to head back to our lunch spot.
We arrived just after ...
... mountains with a view? I guess the CN is the man-made version. The view was half city, half water. The most blue water I've ever seen. Once at the bottom, I walked along their boardwalk all the way to the port. This is when I realized how expensive this city is, because of the size of the yachts in the port. Some of these were bigger than the ferries.
Then I took a 30 minute bus to Monaco. On the way, we passed a bunch of little villages which are all built ...