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
TripAdvisor Reviews Ibis Nice Centre Notre-Dame
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... been in operation since the 1790s, the Opera House and the flower and general markets. It was great to get the insight of someone who lived there and who was prepared to go at a slow pace to accommodate Susan's walking ability. We got the tram back to the centre of town and on Jean's recommendation went to the terrace of a hotel for lunch. The terrace overlooked the bay, the chateau and we could watch the planes coming in to land. Back at our hotel we ...
... under their clothes the French are inked like circus freaks!
I went into the Mephisto store after spending a great deal of time looking at the window display. I tried on a pair of shoes and actually bought them. The lady was very nice and even walked me back to the front of the store after I'd paid to open the door for me. I feel guilty about buying the shoes, but I guess this will be my one extravagant purchase on this trip.
I also went into the ...
... a sudden it would burst water at him. It was a great spot. We made our way through the little narrow streets that had heaps of little shops and eateries. There were so many eateries and they all had people eating at them. We chose one and sat and ate whilst we watched the people walk past. We made our way up a mountain that had the most wonderful views of Nice. It was quite a hike and very hot and humid but it was well worth the effort. The views were ...
... and had cocktails at one of the bars right on the beach, we explored the esplanade a little and Denham and I bought a beautiful oil painting from a local - we're pretty happy to own some Parisian art! Ventured down side streets to find a cute restaurant for dinner, sat down around 9:30pm We couldn't resist the 3 course meal for 22euro pp - so impressed, amazing food and two lovely bottles of red. In bed around ...
... a few words of English) at a salon round the corner. Feels much better. And the Pièce de résistance - a lovely seafood meal - oysters, red snapper and cherry pie - in the old town towards the beach. (Peter had lamb chops!) Then another walk along the boulevard to enjoy the sunset and to say farewell to France. Italy ...