Park Inn by Radisson Nice Airport
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... brush with royalty! ;)
The State Apartments were pleasant and grand without being ostentatious. There were quite a lot of really beautiful 16th-, 17th-, and 18th-century cabinets with inlays and silver decorations. One of the first rooms, however, in spite of having a golden clock, seemed to be a depository for ... well, royals get presents all the time from other royal families and dignitaries, and some of the gifts are flat-out tacky. I think this was the "tacky ...
... and far surpassed them. The water edge was a light aqua blue, which quickly turned to a deep blue as the ground dropped. Nic pointed out to me that because of the steep slope that turns the water deep fast, the tides didn't make much of a difference to the shoreline. It was one of those things I hadn't considered and i found it really exciting. The waves made a beautiful gentle tinkling sound as they washed over the stones. The stones nearer to our bottoms and legs were ...
... and I decided a refreshing dip in the sea would be the best idea.
Our accommodation was very centrally located to the main attractions in Nice and therefore only a 10min walk from the water. Now, the "beaches" in this part of Europe are not like the beaches we have at home in Australia. The "beaches" rather than being from soft warm sand are instead grey stones or pebbles that had been smoothed by the ocean. The beach in Nice had stones that were on average the size of a ...
... expect, I had to accompany Sue into every art gallery and craft shop and thought for a while I wouldn't have time to take a photo. Nearly all the buildings in the centre are original. We finished an exciting day with a meal at a nearby 15th Century abbey.
The next day we visited a number of different villages in the area. Vence is the main town in the region and had a medieval centre area with lots of activity especially around the ...
... the community, Matisse and Marc Chagal painted there and the latter is buried in the local cemetery.
It was all very quaint. The vistas over the surrounding valleys were very lovely and some of the art was very good and it all was very expensive. Back on the bus.
Coming into town our guide pointed out the hospital where Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie had born their twins. ...