Novotel Nice Arenas Aeroport
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
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good place to spend the night before an early flight.
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... in the grip of a full on case of man-flu.
As the Airbus A320 (in full one-class economy seat fit) climbed purposefully to its cruising height I began to feel an increasing pressure in my ears. Nothing out of the ordinary, I've had this before, but this time seemed to be more persistent, and significantly more painful. The pain began to subside slightly as we leveled out but the pressure remained, to the point where I spent nearly the entire flight almost ...
... the sensory overload of so much activity ticking along around you. It was easy to see that Barcelona would be a shoppers paradise. From street stalls to high end fashion, there was something for everyone. ..except for someone with no room in her bags :( Dinner was pleasant (Seafood paella). We were packed in to a small restaurant with 2 other top deck groups and the service was like clock work... rather impressive. Not as impressive as the Sangria though! My new fave! ...
... space. There was almost no room for us to even walk around inside. We didn't have much choice for beds and we are not in the same bunk. Sad. We made dinner (pasta that was at the hotel, beans and olives) and are now getting ready for bed. Long day... We are tired.
# of countries: 7
# of cities: 19
# of planes: 3
... at our first toll booth and began to panic because we didn't have enough change to pay the automated booth. The line of cars behind us kept getting larger and the honks closer together. We were saved by the call button and the unhappy Frenchman who came to our rescue and broke our 20 Euro bill into change for us so we could make our way into Italy. I would be happy not to drive in France again...
... the world and a giant platter of essentially raw seafood. Those components that were cooked must have been so days ago, and the other components (clams, mussels, snails) were raw. The pasta, thank god, was the primary redeeming factor, mainly in that it was a known quantity. After sizing up the raw (familiar) seafood my enthusiasm for the less well known items (sea snails, snails and strange other creatures in shells) dampened quickly. My stomach ...