Hotel du Petit Palais
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Nice
... On the leg to Nice which was only 6hrs I saw Mame and some of Rio Bravo which I think has dated abit.
We arrived in Nice about 2:30pm brilliant sunshine about 24C on the Friday before our Sunday departure. We were booked into Le Negresco which is a fantastic old style hotel. Built ~1910 on the Esplanade it is still family owned.
... see these stunning ancient buildings. We of course all for our photos of pushing and keeping up the tower and walked around a little but we were not there for long at all. But I. Saying that, there was not much else to do after you took your iconic photo. When we got closed to the French Riviera, which is where Nice is situated we were treated to the scenic route instead of the highway. And I am so glad we have a switched on tour manager and bus driver to make these ...
... promenade is stunning so we just continued to walk until we hit the old port and indulged in some French fare - all of the Broomhall/Serrano/Foster clan do enjoy our food. We climbed aboard a boat to cruise the area and were very entertained by the narrator as he showed us the holiday homes of Bill Gates, Sean Connery and Elton John and some serious cash with some of the homes and boats in the various little bays... Serious, SERIOUS coin. Slight delays as there was some ...
... blog entry for Monte Carlo) We arrived in Nice after spending the day travelling on three different trains, starting from La Spezia, Italy, where we dropped our hire car. Travelled to Genoa on the first train, then to Ventimiglia, near the border between Italy and France, then a third train to take us across the border to Nice. A tiring day of travel, and we only had time to grab a quick bite of sushi for dinner, before collapsing in ...
... to find my way back but ended up running a good 6km or so. Spent the morning mucking around at the campsite waiting for a group to vacate the site that we had to move to for the night. Was a pretty easy move, literally picked up my tent and walked it over. In the arvo we caught the train to Monte Carlo. The train went through nice to get there and went along the beaches which all looked amazing. Some sandy and some rocky. Ridiculous amounts of boats anchored just out ...