Value Hotel Nice
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... what to eat.
Menus are displayed in pictures. I saw a funny riddle in a vegetarian
restaurant which went as followed: What did the vegetables say to get the party
started? “Lettuce turnip the beet.”
The hotel we stayed in,
“the Orchid”, has spacious rooms and ours was on the 10th. Floor.
There were so many light switches in the entrance of the room, to figure them
out was like playing the ...
... having a bag you can easily jump on and off trains with, carry around all day when you're sightseeing and if worst comes to the worst, leg it for the next departing boat, train or bus (delete as appropriate)
Or, perhaps I was deluding myself into believing I was the next James Bond, Jack Reacher or Jason Bourne - a secret operative that only needed a toothbrush and a spare pair of boxers to get the job done. After realising that becoming one of ...
... take 28 people at a time and there is plenty of room to move around once inside. The capsules can actually be adapted to have tables in them and the whole structure is sometimes rented out for parties and weddings. JP Morgan was the first to rent out the structure and paid over $8,000 per capsule. The views from inside the capsule were amazing. You could see the skyline very clearly, as well as the botanical gardens, the pit stop for their Grand Prix for which they close the streets for ...
... bowls of dhal, raita and sauce, and hot pickle. Amanda had vegetable biriani meal: a steel tray with five divisions filled with rice and various vegetables. As everyone lunching was eating with their hands we did the same. Nice tastes. It took us right back to India. I drank proper masala tea, as did Amanda, with added ginger, although she'd asked for ginger tea. We walked around looking at the local shops. Tried to get into the local park, but it was closed. Very hot, so I ...
... gten. Die Mehrzahl dieser trug den erwähnten Kavadi, eine Statue auf den Schultern, von welcher eine Art Käfig ausgeht der sie umschließt. Zum einen muss diese Konstruktion unglaublich schwer sein und zum anderen endete der Käfig mit 'zig Nadeln die ihnen in die Haut stochen. Teilweise trugen sie einen Gürtel, welcher einen Teil der Last trug, andere hatten jedoch dicke Metallstäbe durch die Haut gerammt, welche anstelle des Gürtels wirkten. ...