Servotel St Vincent
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of big cities. The sun was shining
in the Sunny South of France and we were happy.
We visited the old part of Nice of course, like we did in
every city we went to. We came across an ice cream place that Gemma’s friend
had told her about that had 100 different flavours. I tasted Bailey’s and Kinder
Bueno, I had to try some that I knew I’d like. The Baileys one actually tasted
like Baileys too, it was pretty great. But hard to make a choice ...
... that we'll get back to spend some more time wandering her streets. Onto Barcelona where the Broomhall/Serrano/Foster tour really begins and we were met by a whooping and hollering madwoman hanging out of what turned out to be our apartment (the madwoman turned out to be my mother) and we immediately left to investigate Barcelona. Well at least investigate a multitude of sangria and tapas venues. Hmm... Sangria. My uncle Nick, his wife Rachel and my favourite young cousin ...
... out all the topless ladies sun baking...there's such a large variety of females out there. The cloud starting coming over at 3:00pm so we headed back to the hotel for dinner and got ready for Monaco. Once we arrived, we realised how poor we actually are. We saw Grace Kelly's church then were dropped off at the 'Casino' which wasn't as impressive as we thought and we didn't even see famous people. And you had to pay to get in, Lauren, ...
... now been sitting in my hostel for a few hours, writing this blog, sorting out tomorrow's route to Cinque Terre in Italy (I'll be going on the bike to avoid the strike madness and spend more time with Sverre) and waiting for the people outside to be quiet. They're still talking loudish now but it's not as bad so time for sleep before the big ride tomorrow. Au revoir Note: I took many photos in two days so I do apologise but it makes up for the lack of photos in the recent ...
... friendly.... and nice (ha ha, had to say it!). They realise a smile goes a long way. The French in the north weren't familiar with what the English call the French Riviera. They know it as Côte d'Azur.
A few weeks ago we met a couple of backpackers who looked at us strangely when we said we're backpackers that have never stayed in a backpackers dorm room. After three days in Nice we're loving the hostels. I love the fact there's ...