Quality Hotel Mediterranée
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Today started with an excellent breakfast which was great as were a bit worried what it would be like after our dinner last night. Best of all we had some toast, we haven't had that for ages and were craving it a bit. The breakfasts we have been having have been great but it was nice to have something a bit more normal compared to the croissants …
The meals, except for the first night, have been excellent. The first night, after our long hike, was just okay - pasta at a restaurant close to the Hotel Paris-Rome. What was so disturbing about the meal was that our caprese salad was made with dried basil - within sight of Italy! Some things are difficult to forgive. ...
... sell their wares on the pavement before disappearing in the blink of an eye as word quickly spreads about an impending police drive by!
Tuesday saw us exploring the treasurers of Old Nice - the very old buildings with their rusted wrought iron balustrades, blue or wooden window louvres and ornate solid wooden doors (you could seriously devote a book in detail to the front doors on some of the buildings here - they are beautiful!). Then there ...
... be living on them! I had high hopes of making it to Cannes, Monaco and St Tropez during this 4 night stay but i think much of the literary has been found to be madly busy, so due to St Tropez being (deliberately) hard to get to (so the celebs can have their privacy apparently) we chose to see Monaco (Monte Carlo) as a priority on our last day (see related entry), and skip Cannes altogether. We left Nice with a heavy heart (mainly due to that ...
... is not something possible for most. We could look over to the balconies of a neighbour cooking his tea in his own wood fired pizza oven and if people don't close their shutters you could look right into their lounge rooms or bedrooms! We had to close our shutters not only for privacy but for noise... it was quite a noisy area and the biggest noise culprits are are the police with their sirens blaring up and down the nearby main street and the drivers ...