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- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... last summer.
We drove to the top of some castle in Nice and were able to see the entire city and the beautiful, blue water. They had rock beaches instead of sand which accounted for some of the cleanliness of the water.
After our tour, we had about a half hour to explore Nice. Unfortunately, we had to use the bathroom, and in France, you have to pay one euro (sometimes more!) to use any public bathroom. ...
The day started with a walk past the Cannes Casino and from the old port area toward the super yachts. Very impressive, these guys have have boats parked inside their boats if you know what I mean. The day was spent on the beach, swimming out to pontoons and around the piers snorkelling and using the Go Pro. Now off for dinner, a really laid back day. Dinner was ...
... br> Then to Monaco - saw cathedral where prince grace Kelly got married, F1 circuit, and change of guards.
The longest standing monarch in Europe. We got back from Monaco around 1.30pm. Took tram to Garibaldi station and crossed the road and took bus no.98 to terminal 2. Arrived there to find there is a security lock down for that particular checkin area A. Was delayed by 30mins. But eventually checked in and spent about 1hr at the longue before arriving in ...
... lights twinkling and the odd lighthouse beam breaking through the night. BONJOUR!! Tuesday 3 September Today at around 6.30am we were in France and our ship docked at Cannes in the south of France (French Riviera). Cannes of course is renowned for the film festival of the rich and famous and we could spot the palace of the Grimaldis and of course ogled at the massive yachts anchored in the harbour. There is no shipping dock for any of the cruise ships so we were ferried ashore In ...
... to accommodate its 96 flavors (think cactus, apple, avo, mojito, tomato, mango, rose, m&m... Ok, I'll stop now) and explored the rocky and chalky beach (evidently, the universe ran out of sand by the time it got to France). Armed with our bright red hostel t-shirts, a group of us went on the guided (thus making it educational and permissible, as opposed to an excuse to consume alcohol) pub crawl. We shan't go into details, but I got lost in ...