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... which was part of the tour. Somehow the waiter tried to charge us €32 for two beers! Thankfully Rubin sorted it and they were free. But that's not the end of being charged, the casino has implemented a cover charge just to go in at €10 a person, so we would already be €20 down without even placing a bet. We decided not to go in and just hang outside and enjoy the majestic buildings all lit up. There were also ...
... for getting around the tight alleys and crowed walkways. Our guide was Thelma, a native of Ireland who visited Nice 10 years ago and fell in love with the place and has made it her home.
Thelma's knowledge and the stories she told really enhanced our appreciation of Nice. Nice was held by Italy for a number of years and Old Nice was established under Italian stewardship. Being a strategic sea port there were numerous attacks from the ...
... to the famous fruit and flower markets which as you can guess had tens of stalls of local fruit, veg and flowers being sold. We then made our way to the seafront and although it was a stone beach, the water was an amazing blue. We decided to cut through town to get to the bus stop and got a tad lost, going up roads that abrubtly ended and up stone steps that ended up at an alter and monument, but we did eventually get to the bus stop and met up with ...
... were loads of flower bedecked floats-with local beauties throwing mimosa branches into the crowds. Other parade entries included interesting sporting ...
... is at Nice Airport, and the staff inform us that "We are very sorry monsieur, but we have no one available at Nice to deliver your bag. You will have to go and pick it up yourself". We were just in Nice!!! If they had told usthat yesterday we could have picked it up today. As it is, we'll have
to call in there on the way to Provence.
"NOT HAPPY JAN!!!!!"
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