Club Med Opio Provence
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... touch a nice turquoise-colored water---which is neither too hot nor too cold. As you would guess, the best beaches in Nice are often private like the one across from the Hotel Negresco. To get entrance to the private beach can cost you 20-25 euros for a day pass. Renting chaise loungers, mattresses and parasols are an extra charge, and most private beaches don't permit you to bring your own food or drinks. You are required to order these items from their local restaurant which ...
... ride to the second smallest and the most densely populated country in the world, that is Monaco. Although flamboyant in every single way, from the streets lined with Ferraris and Maseratis, the harbour filled with hundreds of fabulous million dollar yachts, to the high end fashion and the Monte Carlo casino which makes enough profit that residence don't need to pay tax (mind you there is 1 million euro ...
... why people love it here, once I got to slow down to their pace.
For dinner, I went out with a couple of American girls who both live in Geneva but didn't meet until they arrived at the hostel. Small world, especially since I was born there. Now we're back at the hostel, we're just talking with other people about our trips over some beers. We have about 12 people sitting in a circle so this is quite cool. But I'm going to get back to conversation now. See ya!
... train, battle the same faces, look out the window, talk about the same things with people at work and continue to do the same insignificant work which is made to feel important but makes no difference to anyone. If you did not exist, the company and corporate life goes on. I made a decision to leave that behind and every day I thank myself for it. Some may say I’m running away from reality, but for me this is the real life.
After the run and breakfast, I shifted to ...
... where we were - as we could compare our location to the promenade des anglais - which runs along the front of most of Nice. And we were on the same block as Casino Ruhl. Our hotel was about 20 seconds walk away from the beach. So it was so easy to
We walked around for the majority of the afternoon. Of course our first port of call was gelato!! So enjoyable!! We also hit the promenade to walk along it to admire the scenery of the French
Riviera. Once we had ...