Hotel Le Saint Paul
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... Eze, we went back to the train station to catch a train back to Eze, which fortunately arrived as soon as we got there. When we got to Eze, we were confused. There was nothing open and it did not look like the photos we googled that morning. After talking to other tourists waiting at the bus stop, we learned that we had to catch a bus to get to the actual village of Eze. Since the nearby tourist office was closed, we looked at the timetable at ...
... there were a million sodas and a million things to eat. It was soooo amazing! Luc had a dog named Wookie. He was really cute. When he got excited, he sneezed. He was a mixed dog.
My grandma and sister Abby stayed in a different apartment together.
A few days later, my Mom said that we were going to go to Marineland ...
... with a 5 person minivan. Yay! We were about to get a private tour at much less than group tour prices. (Thank you, thank you Peter for the suggestion!) Robert was great. He gave us the history, took us to a bunch of neat places. We went to the old castle ruins being excavated in a park accessible only by elevator. Nice was surprisingly cool (in a "it feels like 20 but it's acutallly 30 kind of way". He pointed out a few condos ...
... before the 8pm organised pub crawl. A fairly large group from our hostel were led to a big fountain and given lary azure shirts before another large group - including two girls I recognised from the hostel in Lisbon - joined us.
A couple of cheesy group shots later, we headed to the first pub: an Irish one. The group of us who were staying at our hostel mostly hung together, drinking cocktails on special, and planned to head to St Tropez the next day. We also ...
It was laundry day today so we headed off in search of a laundromat. Thank God for the internet- how else would you find things! And thank goodness for Sheila in the car, or we would never have located this place! Anyway, we found the laundromat in downtown Nice, amongst the markets and local shops. We wandered around whilst our washing washed, had a cafe au lait and checked out the local ...