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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... beach is pebbly with large stones, it is best to rent a lounger and wear a good pair of water shoes to avoid foot injuries. While resting in luxury, take breathtaking photographs of the scenery, the crystal waters, and of the ritziest of yachts sailing by.
During my brief stay, I roamed the streets in search of the perfect maxi dress. Nice does not disappoint in offering an array of fashions for every budget - including ...
... are even people swimming in the sea - 9am in the morning !!!! The sun is up, not a cloud in the sky and I can feel the sun burning my already red forehead, I am glad I am not stopping out long in the sun today (secretly I wish we were staying here !) A short taxi ride in a posh leather seated taxi complete with chauffeur with peaked cap along the front and we arrived at Nice airport terminal 1. Now all we have ...
... way behind. I spent almost 7 weeks in France, and if I continue at that pace, I won’t see many countries. I hope to get to Greece before July, mainly to try and avoid the heat and the crowds. I’ll probably be screwed with both, though. Maybe if they leave the Euro before I get there, I will even be lucky to get some new money! I hope that makes things cheaper as well; food in France is just too expensive which means I am lucky budget-wise to not be a foodie.
... t give a ****. I just work here." I could feel a volcano erupting and this guy was going to be the last person in Italy to get a whole heap of my anger. And then it erupted.
"So you're telling me that although this is the ferry terminal and this is the office that sells the tickets, I have to somehow find this mysterious office somewhere across town because you and your colleagues can't be ***** to even suggest to your superiors that something is not quite logical ...
... underwater tunnel as at Kelly Tarlton in Auckland, but there was a large shark tank.
I especially enjoyed the camouflage fish – the turbot that hid on the stony bottom and merged really well. There were also some fish that were virtually transparent. There was an odd sea creature that had multicoloured small spheres on one side. John liked the scorpion fish which looked quite grumpy. As we left we even saw a mechanical fish that had been made for ...