Mercure Nice Cap 3000 Aeroport
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... the semi comfortable rocks and repeat. Thing is I broke routine and moved my towel after 2 hours to get a more even tan. In doing so I moved my towel away from the miracle patch of pebbles I had to the uneven slop that was the rest of the beach. It was never the same again I spent the rest of the afternoon picking at rocks under my towel trying to make them comfy again.
I gave up just before the sun set making my way back towards our hotel. There is only one street to walk down so ...
... La P'Tite Cocette just in time, as the small café was quickly filling with patrons. Nestled in the corner of an alley at the top of some stairs, this cozy little restaurant offered a prix fixe 3 course lunch menu. I selected smoked salmon, roasted eggplant with veal and a chocolate fondant with pistachio ice cream, and Rufio chose chickpeas sautéed with mussels, grilled Coley fish and a raspberry tiramisu. We paired our meals with our now habitual glass of rosé. When we were full ...
... that USA has done better than England. I like that trend!
After dinner I walked the east part of the beach and over to the Port of Nice. I headed back to the center and considered going up to the castle, but I realised the sun would be right in my eyes, so I wouldn’t be able to see anything anyway. I figured I would give it a miss for today and try to get up there earlier in the day either tomorrow or Sunday.
I chilled at my ...
... were closed as it was 9:30PM. We ran into a girl who spoke English that was trying to buy tickets on the other kiosk, but it was the same issue about crossing countries. She said she had taken the train before and you can buy tickets onboard. We had 10 mins before our train left the station so we gave up on the kiosk and ran for the train. Nick got out the French/English dictionary to prepare to explain our situation to the conductor. The girl came onboard with ...
... heading to Audrey's as our clothes were pretty dirty and we thought it might be a bit forward if we were to arrive to her place and ask to use her washing machine straight away. It was also a good way to pass the time. In the laundry mat we met a funny old German man who has lived in the USA for 30 years, which has definitely had an influence on his humour. He was a strange one but eager to tell us about his life, his attempts at learning French and ...