Park Inn by Radisson Nice Airport
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... Despite only really having two rooms open, the museum was very well-done with the included audio guide quite exceptional, going into great detail each of the paintings. Overall, well worth the 6 Euros and the time I spent to get there.
Following the Museum, I look around and see signs directing me further North towards a park with Roman ruins and a Mattisse museum. What the heck, on vacation and just going with ...
... this in Aust, there would be pile ups and road rage.
The apartment is nice, newly renovated, but the steps up to the 4 th floor are a killer.
Hard to comment on the beach road as I was driving and could not look. I do know that when I was eating my lunch, looking over the beach, I saw some sights that show the human body comes in all shapes and sizes, and it is amazing how much the human skin can stretch. All those pastries must go ...
... met French Riviera - whoa! Busy and young and parties.
We had a decent apartment/hotel in the middle of town. Agh, wifi didn't work!!! We messed around with that forever. Considering we rely on that for work...we needed it!
We never did get it to work, but finally we were so tired, we gave up and went out for dinner. We never even went down to the Sea (two blocks away)....instead we had dinner at a small British Pub next to our hotel had a very good meal and called ...
... we were well and truly gone – we nursed some pretty sore heads with some McD’s the following day. We did however manage to drive around a gorgeous old town called Nimes. It was a Friday night so nowhere to park sadly but drive by photos of the impressive arena which still has theatre plays was more than nice.
Provence began with Arles, a town we stopped in three times ...
Managed to settle in so well to holidays that I almost don't have time to write this travel log! Day 4 and only just managing to download photos and put 'pen to paper'.........well sort of!!
A little stress prior to departing for the airport as we didn't expect our luggage to encroach the 30kg luggage allowance (Emirates) so bloody quickly. I suppose that's what happens when you travel with a bike! As such, I packed and re-packed about 20 times in ...