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- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... each other to destinations and use only one car when touring around.
One of the cars was a Renault Espace, a nice minivan which we determined to be a perfect size for the four of us. Back to the Europcar desk, where the lady was surprised to see us and allowed us to jump to the front of the line. We explained that we only needed one car, left the keys, and that ...
... keeping us out of the harbor or special private VIP parking for the cars - everything was right there! We had a wonderful day, walking around and eating pizza in a harbor-side cafe looking how the other people live. The town and surroundings are crazy beautiful! It's is just a very stunning place! We took the train back to Nice and had another great dinner.
The next day we left - and headed for Italy!
Gotta tell you - that living in Spain and then being in France ...
The hostel I stayed at in Nice was a refreshing change. It looks rather like a nice hotel from the outside and reception and the walls are a lot more soundproof so that you don't really hear any partying people in the common room from your dorm, and there were a lot of partying people because of the World Cup. I slept in a female only dorm which meant it was nice and quiet in our room most times and had a sense of community I guess. The only problem was that there were 8 ...
... for us to take to Monaco and a few villages to stop in on the way and ended his comments by saying that we were going to have the most beautiful views in the south of France. Being all into my pictures on this trip I couldn't resist that and seeing the Monte Carlo casino also seemed pretty badass, and finally a whole day of riding scooters was impossible to pass up, so we followed his plan to a T.
But there was one slight hiccup in the plan, that was no fault of ...
... racing cars. This meant that the lower part of Monaco/Monte Carlo on the water side was closed except if you were racing or a spectator. It did not deter us though. We took to the streets and wound our way from the station up to the headland where Prince Rainer's Palace is. They were setting up in the square in front of the palace a huge something connected with the race - we think where they do the interviews etc with the winner- but we ...