Hotel Villa Sylva
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... with the group of us that had been hanging out together for the last few days. We were delayed by some of the members of the group and made a late departure to our first destination of Cap d'Ail. The train arrived and we were yet again blessed with some incredible weather as we walked the cliff side path around the point to the beach which was set between two cliffs. The beach was yet again large stones, however the water nonetheless refreshing. There was a pontoon set out in the ...
... cheese monster she is I couldn’t stop her. Once two plates of some sort of potato salad I knew our supper plans were out the window so I opened the flood gates for the kids. They emptied the small platter and the bowl of chips. The waitress explained that serving food while drinking between 6-8pm is a cultural practice. I can’t of course remember what she called it but we sure liked it. We didn’t end up going out for ...
Sitting in an empty hostel room in an area of Nice that even my 6'5" boyfriend fears to tread in at 3am on a Wednesday morning got me to thinking: this travelling business is not always what it's cracked up to be! All of the tourist brochures that I've seen show smiling faces, sunshine, cocktails and 5* resorts; did I take a wrong turn somewhere? In my 8 months of residence in this foreign land, I've learned things ...
We did start out in Genoa Italy where we not only met a great host, Ivo, from Airbnb.com but we also got to stay in an apartment with 15th century frescos overhead...how amazing! We got to traipse around the city for a day with Ivo helping us out and taking us into apartment buildings and banks that were covered with frescos and beautiful architecture. I can't imagine growing up living in a place like that. Once he left us on our own ...
... generally finishing at our favourite beachside bar with an expensive but delicious bottle of white wine, a tasty and tactical maneuver that meant we didn't need to 'refresh' our overpriced beverages every 30 minutes as stated on the menu. Whilst enjoying our wine in multiple micro glasses (to legally extend our stay on this fabulous patch of Nice realestate) of wine we played hand after hand of Monopoly Deal, some days more comfortable ...