Hotel Villa Sylva
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 3 course meal (white bait fritter salad, crumbed chicken & frites, apple tart) that cost half price of the night before...we went back to the Casino to try our luck, a few games of roulette and a go on the pokes later we still can't quit our jobs ha ha ha! Love the idea the whole country's pretty much on the side mountain with the ocean on its doorstep but I quickly fell out of love with the amount of bloody stairs we had to ...
... are filled with narrow alleyways, restaurants, bars, cafes, churches, gelaterias, squares, markets, tea houses, old hotels and so much charm!! The architecture is classically French, the beautiful shutters, Juliet balconies, flowers on every balcony, the smell of baguette in the air. Ah Nice, so romantic. We stop at the church of st Raparate, our guide explains that this is the patron saint of Nice, she was a Palestinian girl who was martyred ...
Saturday night after our trip to Pisa we continued to head north and stayed overnight at a somewhat average campground. We are still opting to stay in cabins rather than "popping the top" on our van and this is largely due to the heat. It's still 30 plus degrees at 10pm at night, so it’s impossible to get a good night’s sleep with the four of us enclosed in 10 sq meters! Also the cabins are generally not a lot more ...
... on the town with Jack being tormented by a 16 year old drunk Italian. To our surprise, Harriet later confessed that Jack was't too excited about meeting two 'Americans' but after our drink and hours of talking, once we had parted ways to later meet in San Remo, Jack professed his 'love' for us on the walk back to their hotel...Well I guess we changed the opinions of two Brits...Watch put Europe, we are changing your perception ...
... Maeght", which is a purpose built gallery and sculpture garden opened in 1964 to house mostly works by Milo, Calder and Giancometti, but with some Cezanne and other well known impressionists.. The architecture and garden layout is as much of feature as the art it contains. It reminded us in spirit, though not nearly as big, of the Getty Centre in Los Angeles. You’ll have to look at the attached photos to get the idea.
Fairly early back to the campsite for a ...