Hotel du Petit Palais
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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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 …
... waters. The main beach was a bit of a different experience though as it's a pebble beach... No sand in sight. The large pebbles were so hot and uncomfortable to walk on you had to quickly hop your way to the water and dive straight in.
With Monaco just a short distance from Nice we made a day trip to Monte Carlo. A town of opulence, obscene wealth, fancy cars, big boats (with helicopter landing pads on the back!), hot weather, the ...
... Hemingway, Fitzgerald & Chaplins time.
Walked through old town, through the flower market and through the open air art and produce markets. I love visiting in a town on market day. Then we tried to figure out how their city bike rental process worked. Like many European cities, there are bikes along the streets where you put in your credit card to activate a rental. Yes instructions were in French, but it was ...
... the manager then upgraded us to a private room for the following 2 nights which was awesome. Having your own space and bathroom is very luxurious whilst traveling! The first night we just ate cheese on the beach and watched the planes flying over. We would've been drinking wine however we didn't realise we needed a corkscrew! The next day we spent the day at the beach, we were going to go Cannes for the day but we were too late with organising changing rooms. Our ...
... Yan confirmed that it was and was surprised to hear that almost everyone in Australia is familiar with the phrase. When I asked him what the literal translation was, he told me that it means 'to already see'.
Yan was dropping us at a train station at a nearby town called Cannes where we would take a short train ride to Nice. He took us to the train station via the scenic route along the beach front and it was so gorgeous. We met his wife, Fatima, ...