Les Belles Terrasses
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... to print off our pre-purchased tickets from Nice to Lyon. It was a little bit disappointing that it was raining as Nice is a very popular tourist destination as it is situated on the coast with nice (no pun intended) beaches. The city itself still looked very beautiful and had a good atmosphere and vibe about it even if it was raining. We walked to the hostel which took about fifteen minutes and dumped our bags as it was to early to check in and went out exploring. My ...
Today marked our final day both with Thresea and our last full day in Nice, France. We started today as we did yesterday with a fruit and yogurt breakfast before making our way out into the world for some more sight seeing. The day was great, a nice relaxed pace to it. We started by walking down to the marina (as seen from pictures of yesterday) and gawked at some amazing yachts.. even got a show from an angry lady who ...
... and sea urchins. We also saw a man getting urchins for food. The group dropped us back off in Nice and we made our way to our next hostel, which was awesome!
They upgraded us to a private 3 person room, they had free drinks and snacks in the evening too. This was cool because I got to meet a girl from Hong Kong who will be in Lyon next Friday and I may get to show her around.
We then picked up a ...
... every 3 km you travel. Found the campsite in Nice and it is pretty ****. They had a pool but you could only swim in it if you were wearing tiny brief swimmers. No shorts allowed for some weird hygiene reason. It's next to a busy highway so it's noisy. Went down to the beach, which was hard and pebbly and there was no one there. Went to the supermarket and it seemed everyone in Nice was there. Took about 30 minutes waiting in line to get to ...
... a staircase copied from Fontainebleau made from marble . The walls are all painted with various scenes. We saw the throne room which was interesting. The rooms are small, painted scenes on the ceilings, rich wall paper and dark furniture... It was your typical but small scale palace. There is a portrait of Grace, Rainier and family painted in the 1980's - taking pride of place .... mmmmm, OK, IT WAS THE 80's. Was that the time of Dynasty ...