Residence dei Due Porti
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- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
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We walked around the downtown area again and made our way to the port. It wasn't a bad walk and the area is packed with local cafés and tourist spots. They had a lot of socca places but we didn't try it, looked good but wasn't interested. They had some nice boats in this harbor as well, not quite Monaco though. We picked up some sandwiches and bread and had lunch in our room by the window. It was nice, they really have good bread here. After ...
The Queen of the Riveria. The stark difference after a laid back Spanish rambla at Barcelona. Arriving at Nice Airport, there was some famous tennis player also on the same flight. Many people taking pictures, and was whisked away in the brand ...
... of a drink and with having a choice of many outdoor cafes we sat at the Drunken Clam. I think I was set up because it turns out to specialize in beer with over 100 bottles of assorted beers to choose from. Once our drinks arrive quickly follows some chips and peanuts. Yum, but I limit the girls because we were waiting for the restaurants to open. But then a small platter arrives with cheese, carrots and some sort of dipping sauce. Jessi ...
... at the table. "I'm sorry guys, but Maccers was the only place open, I swear! We looked everywhere. Do you have any idea how many shops leave their lights on when their closed? Do you?!" We praised their hunter-gatherer skills, even though they had bought 14 burgers for the four of us in their frustration. I suppose every backpacker has to eat McDonalds at some point, right? At least we managed to wash ours down with a bottle of French wine. ...
... So basically there was no way to escape the heat except for our after lunch or dinner when we could take a dip in the pool or ocean. The other way we found to get some relief was by sleeping on the tile flooring at night. Although Sarah was able to last the night as comfortable as possible, I did a tile floor/bed duo, switching whenever I was either too hot on the bed or too cold on the floor. That of course was no ones fault, ...