Back in July we made a little trip to Nice, a weekend of pure bliss (I so wish we could have spent longer there!) I’d been kindly invited by University Rooms to stay in one of their many university accommodations. After finding some cheap flights from Leeds Bradford on the 8th July we flew across to the French Riviera and boy, did we fall in love? After a very short journey on the bus and a very long walk because we go off at the wrong stop we eventually ended up at our accommodation, Résidence France Riviera. It was a little unassuming, set on the road that is set back just behind the promenade. With pretty wooden shutters and Juliette balconies it was the perfect start to our French adventure.
Presented with our keys we headed up to our room, of course, it isn’t a hotel so don’t expect mod-cons and fancy décor. The studio was of a really good size, it had a pull out sofa bed, TV area, dining table & chairs and also a very clean kitchenette (we didn’t use it, but it had a hob and microwave if we were on a tight budget) it had everything we could possibly want from a room.
I know this post is around 2 months after we travelled to Nice, however, after the horrific attacks I didn’t feel it was the right thing to do to share my experience so soon. I feel now that it’s the right time to share our beautiful experience in the magnificent town that is Nice. We will be back, I just know it!
I'm Bee. 27 year old who is finally starting to understand herself. A Scorpio that's too nice to use that sting in her tail, regularly found searching for holidays or online shopping. Happiest when being fed, travelling & spending time with Mr C.