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- Drycleaning onsite
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
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... really nice run though, along the ocean along the Promenade anglais. My cell phone charging cord was not working, which was very concerning because I use my cell phone for everything. When I got back from the run, I stopped by our boulangerie (also conveniently located right next door) to get a baguette for breakfast. I set the table and woke Ziming up. She was nice enough to do the dishes after which was awesome, while I looked up a way for us to get to Vieille ville nice. On the ...
... he said) and had visited and enjoyed Edinburgh.
We carried on walking for over an hour until we came to the Gardens of Albert I which lead onto the picturesque Place Massena.
At this point we saw The Scotch Tea Rooms – had to be worth a try. The only thing Scotch we could spot was the tartan carpet BUT the ice creams were nearly as good as Italy. At the top of the Place, it opened out into a large square with trams and it ...
... imagine how magnificent it would be from the water. It's free to write lists and dream!
Dave is still extremely ill from Morocco (4 days ago), so he could only manage to be out and about for a few hours each day. Unfortunately we didn't see as much as we'd have liked but I think that's what happens when you go go go everyday without a break. I say that as in the next 48 hours we have 16 hours on 8 trains. Oh well, onwards and upwards!
Alors, have you made your guesses and tabulated your results on the French/Not French quiz? Thanks for playing, and I look forward to your feedback on our assessments.
1) Madame T-shirt and Fannypack:
Not Francais. French women might wear such a T-shirt to do their housecleaning, but never in public. Although, come to think of it, this suggests they actually bought such a T-shirt in the first place, which is doubtful. And a fanny pack? S'il... ...
We are sitting by the pool with our feet up, cooling off from a wonderful (and hot) day of exploring. Life is good.
Today we went to Old Town Nice where we found narrow streets filled with shops and restaurants full of color and energy. This area is known for spice and lavender and olives and the sights and smells in these small, packed stores was incredible.
Matt bought a chapeau.
I bought soap.
We sat at a ...