Park Inn by Radisson Nice Airport
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Hsaddy stayed here on Jul 7, 2015 during their trip titled: Europe 2015.
... home to the famous Leaning Tower and beside it a large Baptistry Building and also a Church. These 3 buildings together are very special and all are worth a visit.
We arrived at our Florence accommodation around 4.30pm and prepared for our optional dinner "Tuscan Flavours". This was an evening full of good food, great wine and lively entertainment, and everyone thoroughly enjoyed it.
Friday morning we were allowed a sleep in and departed for our day ...
... this, she ended up throwing up in the bathroom, which I felt really bad about. As soon as we stepped out of the train, Ziming started commenting about how hot it was and how much sun there was. We stood in the shade and waited. We got to nice around 1pm, and our hosts for our Air Bnb apartment were nice enough to pick us up from the train station and drive us to the apartment. I knew the apartment was a little ways out of the city, and with a car, it took us about 15 minutes to ...
... br> Val and our girls were amused at the story telling and how much laughter we managed in our first few hours together.
Clearly there is going to be much more of that to come.
Lionel works in Poland during the week so on Tuesday he took off to work and we had the following 3 days to enjoy the South of France.
Today, Tuesday 1st July 2014 it was Danita's 19th birthday. We drove down along the beach front to 'Antibes' where the girls and Paul enjoyed a ...
... Slowly the morning passed as we watched the screens to see where our new train would be leaving from. As soon as it appeared, a huge wave of people started heading towards the platform and we started to get a bit worried again. There were more officials giving instructions but they were only in French so we weren't sure what they were saying. Eventually we found one who spoke English who told us the people with tickets for the current train were required to get ...