Hotel du Petit Palais
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We decide to have breakfast down in the town. We try to go old Nice, but we get lost and go to the port instead. We seem to be having a lot of success getting lost here. We see lots of very large and expensive looking yachts and other boats in the harbour. We have breakfast in a street cafe across the road from the port. We order the French …
We wake up early. Today we have a day of travelling, with lots of changes of trains. Issy decides to skip breakfast so I eat on my own. She asks me to bring her back some rolls. I wait until there are no waiters around and sneak some rolls into my pockets wrapped in a paper serviette. I feel like I've just robbed a bank. I wait for a policeman to …
We had 5 nights in Nice from Thursday to Tueaday. Our hotel was truly amazing. Spacious, modern and located on beach. We walked around the old town, visited a castle, walkrd up many stairs, visited expensive Monaco, ate a range of foods and relaxed in the beautiful sunshine! Nice will always be one of my fondest memories of Europe and I could not have arranged it better to have mum and Karl both ...
... this had a similar impact on me. It was nice to be doing something that i would do at home but in an unfamiliar environment and for someone's work who has inspired me. The Musee only took a couple of hours and left feeling quite hungry. I had a particular desire for lunch and that was for fresh seafood as I was in the right area. I caught the bus back into town and wandered around until I almost fell upon La Grande Voile. They had fresh seafood. I opted ...
... in a tomato sauce (supposed to be from a single type of meat to differentiate it from Raghu bolognese). For mains, we got rabbit, ligurian-style (cooked with a lot of herbs, like a pesto but with rosemary and olives and more) and totani "Scalognati" (unlucky in Italian), which was sliced squid braised in an green (allegedly) onion sauce. We enjoyed our bottle of rose to cool off from the heat and then followed up the meal with a glass of limoncino each. It was a little ...