Mandara Beach Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... were indeed hilarious. My pictures don't do the beauty of the Carnaval celebration justice. We were pretty chilled to the bone after an hour and a half of watching, so we decided to make our way to our rendezvous point and wait for Conor. We picked the Irish pub in Old Town Nice, Ma Nolans, where all the waiters speak English - yay! Here we had another drink, soaked up the Irish atmosphere and made use of the free wifi. Day #2, also just about ...
... Ferraris & lamorguines frequent up & down the street. It's also home to a family's Grand Prix circuit which is apparently the safest in the world. It's a very safe country CCTV is everywhere & there is one police officer per 60 residents. Monaco has 32,000 residents. Straight across the road from the train station is the bay of Hercules. A mariner full of boats, especially expensive yachts. It's a beautiful country sitting on the side ...
... the handicapped route which was a little confusing, but we ended up walking underground a long way in air conditioning.....bonus! We waited for about 10 minutes for our train back to Nice. A short 20 minute trip. We decided we needed some lunch and walked along the Promenade Angelais. Many very expensive options but found a nice bar/cafe called Queenies. We spied a few mugs of Heineken and decided that was the drink of the choice. I had the ...
... us instead.We are now in Beaune, Burgundy and decided to go for a ride to a national park and walk round a few villages. We stopped off for a picnic by a pond and had a teddy bears picnic. It was lovely and we watched little fishes eating breadcrumbs. Theo wanted to play games before we got back in the car, so grandma played swinging with Theo. The silly bear then decided ...
... or get easily annoyed. They
respect it when someone is trying to speak their language and learn their culture.
What I won't miss about Nice or my trip in general:
*The long bus ride on the way back to my "home" at Scuderi.
*The constant texting and Facebooking in class.
*The shower as it was only hand-held; there was not place to prop the ...