Park Inn by Radisson Nice Airport
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- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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Hsaddy stayed here on Jul 7, 2015 during their trip titled: Europe 2015.
... restaurants open between the hours of 2-7:30, so you better eat before 2 and not get hungry until 7:30. Same thing with boulangeries, there are no croissants here, too bad, should've came earlier. It's kindof charming and annoying at the same time. One time I was walking down the street with Ziming and I started laughing because I was thinking of a youtube video I would make about Paris vs Nice if I were actually a paresian. It's like the difference between New York and idk... ...
... of mussels and a pizza... Yum! Not as good as NZ mussels though. That night we got all dressed up and went to Monaco... The second smallest country in the world. Only 30,000 people live there and only 10,000 people have residency. You can pay an undisclosed amount to become a resident (if you have to ask how much it is you can afford it). Michael Jackson and Arnie S have been turned down in the past. Before we got to Monaco we stopped off at the ...
... if we didn't, we would have missed out on some of the most stunning views we have seen yet. We drove through the cliffs over looking Monaco and then through to Nice. I tried to take photos but as we were in the bus and everybody else was trying to take photos I did not get any good ones so I gave up and just sat and enjoyed it. Looking over the terraces, stunning houses and the mass million dollar and more yachts lining the harbour. Nice reminds me of the boardwalk ...
... the announcements), the information desk is rarely open. Sometimes there is a conductor who checks tickets, more often there is not. Of the the eight trains we have been on so far, we have been asked for tickets only three times.
Nevertheless, we have managed to get where we wanted to go. Our fellow passengers have been unfailingly polite and helpful, carrying our big suitcases up and down stairs when necessary and providing assistance with directions, times and platforms when ...