Club Med Opio Provence
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... as always) and looking strong despite his advancing years.
So it is with Nice. Nice too, feels like a man. Proud in his time, though now you can see the changes made with time. Around the edges he is in decay, there are many homeless people, lying desolately in the afternoon sun in the park across from Vuitton, just up the road from Dior. Tourists tromp the beachside Promenade, relaxed in the extreme, wearing thongs, short ...
... good look and then came to the look out that promised great views, but it was 6 euro just for a view, being stingy we decided to pass, quietly hoping we would find somewhere else to sneak a view.
After a few more shops and then a small church and war memorial we found a cemetery, that appeared to go higher up, so into the cemetery we went. At the end of the cemetery was a fence and then a rocky outcrop, with a great view, so over the fence and up the rocks ...
... to find a Star Wars machine and also a Hangover machine. I'm happy to say that I put in sixty euros and pulled out one hundred and sixty in total being easily the most successful person on our tour. Some of the girls went up to the Billionaires lounge where it was compulsory to buy a cocktail and the cheapest was twenty-five euros. Apparently the views were amazing though. After a huge day everyone is tired and we head back to the hotel for some rest.
... with huge guns so we decided to find a washroom then go outside to find a nearby restaurant where we felt safer than the station. When we got to the washroom there was a sign on the door that said for security reasons the only washroom open was the one near the police booth...Oh my God, what is this place?! After finding that one we headed outside, what a beautiful view! There was a castle and statues in the distance so we stopped ...
... lively on a Saturday night. We all went down to an area in the old part of the city which must contain at least 100 restaurants. Other than ending up with a bag of ice water in my lap courtesy of cooling bag provided to keep white wine cold, the meal was most enjoyable.
We wandered the streets for a while trying to find our way back to the hotel and were finally successful.
This morning Steve, ...