Mercure Sophia Antipolis
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... make for a very filling and tasty breakfast. There is also some American items such as waffles, pancakes and stripy bacon. If cooked breakfasts aren't your thing; don't fret. A large selection of cereals and fruits are also available for lighter meals.
Once we were done we made our way to the tender station on one of the lower decks. There were a lot of tenders travelling back and for, approximately every five minutes or so. From the tender I was able to get a splendid ...
... of fresh croissants with ham, gouda cheese and tomatoes.......hmmmmmm.......yum!
Whilst we left Scott to rest, Roberta & I jumped aboard the open air tour bus that runs around Nice and get a different perspective of the town. The open air tour bus was great! It covered lots of areas in Nice that we wouldn't otherwise get to see on foot. Also, detailed explanations were given on the history of Nice which really helped to put ...
Andies hostel is at the north point in town a 10 min tram ride from the
beach. Ended up hanging here with my bags for the awesome atmosphere, 1euro
happy hour and 7 dollar pizzas. Met a teacher from New York (Jenny),
newlywed 24 year old from South Carolina who married 3 days ago.
Unfortunately his wife got sick and is a few days behind. ...
Short story is that Sophie & Alexandra (Alex) met me at the airport and Alex, a new driver, drove us to Grenoble, where they live up in the lovely foothills. Seriously, it's as pretty, if not more beautiful, than my beloved Boulder; Right up against the Alps, Grenoble is surrounded by small to grandiose mountains.
Found Alex & Sophie @ airport no problem. They had just arrived a little late b/c Alex is doing 1000km of supervised ...
... be a candidate for the most confusing train station in the world. It is nothing but a myriad of tunnels and underpasses connected by an array of escalators and stairs. There doesn’t seem to be any lifts to the platforms so one has to struggle humping large suitcases up numerous flights of stair only to find you have arrived at the wrong entrance. We had 40 minutes of this unscheduled ‘fun’ before we hit on the correct exit. Our hotel, the Novotel, Monaco was ...