Mercure Nice Cap 3000 Aeroport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... to try something new. After the Farmers' Market, Corina took us to the famous Red Carpet steps of the infamous Cannes Film Festival. We all stood on the red carpet for a group photo and had our glam moment. Along the side of the Festival Plaza, there are bronze molds of famous actors' and actresses' hands with their signatures. Some were international celebrities we did not recognize, but the majority of the ones we saw were of ...
... Monte Carlos, there is €10 entry fee, however I don't think this apples to riches and regulars to the casino, we didn't go in, sat down at the close by bar had a bottle of €55 rosŤ and €7 water, and I left about €2 water there cos I was feeling rich from seeing ladies who are wearing expensive fur and sitting alone with a bottle of very expensive champaign, I was feeling rich with some great ...
... an evening dessert one night.
Wednesday 11th – normal half
day of school for the kids. Toni and Tony zipped off for a full grocery shop
(haven’t been near a shop for at least a week!!) and then to the Stade Altrad
to the Montpellier Herault Rugby Boutique to get Corban’s birthday present – Corban’s
rugby license had just come through so we enjoyed 20% discount off our
Home to pick the kids up ...
... areas. Eventually find my way back down to the main pedestrian area that I know and walk through the Place Messina on my way to the Nice Old City.
The Old City is pretty small, but with no discerning characteristics, filled with small alleyways that are easy to get lost in. Wander aimlessly for a while, just taking it all in, before making my way further west to the old Castle hill area within the Old Town. There ...
After a day of driving throughout the French riveria and along the Cote d'Azurwe checked into the hotel dressed ourselves up then took the hour long drive to Monaco. We walked put to the top of the hill to the vantage point looking down onto the smallest country in the world being 1sq mile. This look out is right next to the Palace which was spectacular in itself and a little weird that its right there! We made our way to a small family ...