Hotel du Petit Palais
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel du Petit Palais Nice
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... tourists from the cruise ship so had a pleasant time, it must be very difficult to live with so many tourists passing your home each day, it became very crowed by 11am when we left. This is such a small principality, 2kms square, & only 30K inhabitants, but so built up. In the afternoon we walked from our hotel to the old quarter of Nice, Cours Saleya, a very long but pleasant stroll along the water, it was busy ...
... I still had a choice of a few different trains, so I got the one at 12:30pm. This train left from the Nice Ville station, and it was a madhouse! I didn’t realise just how mental this strike was making people, but it made me really glad that I have been travelling by bus instead of by train. This place was just crazy.
I got the train to Cannes and arrived there by 1pm. There is not a ton of stuff to see there, but it was a much nicer city to ...
... Mon Dieu! I smell patchouli! He was asking all the ladies around is it you, is it you? What are you wearing? No, no I have not smelt this fragrance since the late 60's!
I had to let the guy out of his misery. It's me mate! He was shocked in that over the top French way.. But you must tell me, where did you find this, what is the name of the perfume etc. well, have you heard of Lush? Just a natural soap store.. Of course ...
... by looking in some stores on the main strip. After today I actually like Nice. I like the old part more than where we are staying but I wouldn't live here.
After dinner we went to the beach and had some wine. It was very hollywood but in a good way.
P.S. I went out in Nice and it was really fun. I am really glad that Samira talked me into it.
... in french. For hollywood trenders, think Cannes, for big city enthusiasts, think Nice and Monaco. For the photography junkies like myself, think Eze, Vence, St. Paul de Vence, etc and for the coastline beach and pretty francophone little villes, think Antibes, Cagnes sur mer, Villefrance sur mer, etc. Whatever you wanted they had it. They had it all AND they had crepes too. Upon landing, the first thing I did was rent a bike. Yeah while I tend to ...