Servotel Nice Saint Isidore
Travel Blogs from Nice
... others especially the girl in the lower bunk. The next day I woke up early to get ready to meet Sverre in Cannes where we'd planned to have a bit of a day trip. My head ache had surprisingly gone after getting to sleep so late. I got to the train station at 8.35 and there was a train at 8.38 which I knew I'd miss because I still had to figure our the ticket machines which didn't have any English. With word lens at hand I was able to select a one way adult ticket for ...
... to get a better view which would be the view the residents of Eze absorb every day. What a stunning place to live. Maybe someday.
4. Exploring old town Nice – we kept the last day to relax by the beach and explore Nice. This is a stunning city. It has a good mix of old buildings and new developments, some nicer looking than others. What struck us the most was how different the city looked from Paris. The old Nice has a ...
... I don’t know the answer although sometimes I tend to lean towards the former. Either way, we hugged excitedly and continued our conversations about the night before, laughing all along. After a couple of hours, we reached Marseille and my French Riviera journey continues even though it wasn’t intentional. The hard part now is trying to figure out my path to Spain, but for now I will enjoy my companions, the beautiful Riviera and the amazing weather it is putting on!
We managed at little sleep in this morning getting up after 8am (yes that's a sleep in) went down for breakfast, the milk tasted funny again so double croissant time! Yay! New love! I think I'm going to have to try and make some of my own at home. We then got ready for the beach and headed down the shopping street for the beach. After only a 15 minute walk we were at the beach, the weather was perfect the water was blue and the stones ...
... they speak English so we were happy to be able to order without confusion. Mum and I shared a carafe of wine but the waitress also brought us all a glass of a liqueur mixed with white wine which was really nice also. We shared a bowl of bread and a nice cheesy, tomato and ham pizza for entree. For main Dad ordered octopus which I tried and it was awful, too squishy! Mum and Charles both had ravioli filled with cheese and ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility