Ibis Nice Centre Notre-Dame
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- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... to 40
minutes, kids sat behind us in the back of the train.
Interesting facts: land area 2.02square KMs, 2nd
smallest in size only to the Vatican, most densely populated city in the world – 1 policeman to
every 60 residents – pretty safe place! Approximate population of Monaco 36,301
and another 41,000 come into the city daily to work and keep the place going –
We learned that Monaco is not part of the EU ...
... that we experienced our worst WC's yet. On an Argentine rating still reasonable but not so for the girls.
We then continued on along the Mediterranean towards Nice. Our motel is located near the airport so quite central.
We didn't have long to get dolled up for our trip into Monarco. One of the smallest principalities with 30 000 people in a 2km square area. Of these only 17 PC are ...
... relaxing it is tiring as well researching destinations, choosing accommodation and comparing the cheapest transport options. Monaco was something to see and stare in awe at the money. Talking to dad a bit later on skype I was trying to paint a picture of the glut of money that gets thrown around there and he replied that's what makes the world go round, I suppose he was right as someone has to spend money otherwise no one gets paid, but maybe some of these people just had too much ...
... Cocktails on the main street, followed by a fabulous dinner of ravioli with walnut sauce and swordfish, topped off with gelato (ricotta & fig FTW). If you ever have the opportunity to visit the Cinque Terre, please GO! I cannot recommend the area more highly.
We checked out early this morning and began our train journey to Nice. Our connection took us through Genova to Ventimiglia, Italy to Nice. ...
... washed away many years ago went well with some giant macaroons we got stuck into.
We headed towards Marseille, a huge city, which we weren’t intending to visit but drive around mainly. Scarily enough Marseille looked vaguely familiar on the drive in, we both realised it was our home Wellington that it had stark a resemblance with. Our wild camping spot outside of Marseille was ...