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Apartment rental in Nice, France

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Hello, my husband and I will be travelling to Nice in September for our honeymoon and are looking to rent an apartment for the week. Right now we've narrowed our choices down to three properties, and I was wondering if anyone would mind giving their opinion on the locations?

http://go-nice.com/palais_nadaub_property_details.aspx

http://go-nice.com/3_place_massena_property_details.aspx

http://www.vrbo.com/392347

We'd like to be within decent walking distance to the old town, the sea, and the train station, as it is our first visit to Nice. We'd also like to have good access to restaurants/cafes/boulangeries/markets or groceries. Am I looking to stay in the right neighbourhood, or should I be looking in the old town?

Thanks very much in advance for your advice.

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