Pierre & Vacances Residence Costa Plana
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... o'lait and we chatted about the challenges of teaching today's teenager. Anthony's younger brother is a high school teacher in England and he apparently has many of the same concerns that we do, including difficult parents, coddled kids, and unmotivated students. We returned to meet the students in the main square in Nice and discovered that a couple of local men had followed Tyler and her friends. Since it was extremely busy on the street, I don't believe that they were ...
... br> 1. I am absolutely terrified of French drivers. Their cars are small, but they still cant manage to stay in their lanes...or in the street.
2. I am 100% dependent on the Internet. I feel lost and weird without it.
3. I will eat almost anything in order to access the Internet, but I draw the line at a McDonald's burger with goat cheese. Those two smells should never, ever go together.
4. I ...
We arrived in Nice around seven Thursday night. We only had a short walk to our hostel and we got there without any problems. The hostel was very nice and very close to the water. We were all starving when we got there so we decided to get dinner. Half of us got Mexican and half of us got Chinese. I got Chinese and it was very good!! I got friend rice with chicken and shrimp. After dinner we headed back to the hostel to get settled. ...
... diving. To be honest the beach itself was a little disappointing. If that is possible being that I am in the Cote D’Azur. The cliff diving wasn’t really accessible without just diving in and I didn’t want to dive into water I didn’t know, plus the beach was pebbly, much like most public beaches in the area. Still I swam out to the caves with Sofia and spent the rest of the afternoon working on my tan.
After a long afternoon of ...
... Funny. A lady was standing right off of the curb in the intersection and he had to slow down for her and she was completely oblivious. He yelled at her "there’s no red carpet here!"
Next stop was Eze ("ez"). It is a medieval walled village between Nice and Monaco. No motorized vehicles can travel on the streets there because they are very steep, winding and narrow. It was such an adorable place. Little shops ...