Le Mas de Clairefontaine
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... We watched for a little bit then headed back to the hostel but it was too hot to stay indoors so we went back to the markets for a couple of more hours before calling it a night. Fun fact: France has over 400 fromages which is cheese. I could have a different piece of cheese everyday of the year and wouldn't get through them all. Sounds like a challenge to me!! I might have to come back and live here for a year and write a book on cheese. Could be a best ...
We got up at 8 AM. THen we got ready to go at 9:20. Everything was closed, the reception was closed, so we had to wait for the receptionist to come, since the reception was only open from 10-12 and from 2-7.
After that, we left the bags and we went to downtown Nice (15 minutes).
Once arriving in the downtown area, we walked through a flower market. Dilyara bought some fruit ...
Up at 5:30 today to catch a 7:46 train to Nice. Took a last gaze at the Eiffel Tower....still the really only good reason to visit Paris! We had requested a taxi for 6:30. When we got in the car, there was already 10 Euro on the meter....reservation charge! Boy, the French sure do appreciate our business!! We arrived at the train station in just 10 minutes. We got to drive thru the Paris tunnels, which we had not yet seen up close, so that was a new ...
Well, this is the second typing of this blog. The first was a fine effort. This won't be as fine because we will be leaving for dinner soon and leaving for Paris in the morning. Using the Touch is great but Travelpod should make you sign in before you add tons of info and then erase it when they finally tell you to sign in! Grrr!!!
Our day started with a few more goodbyes and then the long schlepp up to the top of the steep, steep ...
An afternoon trip to the Grotte de Saint-Cezaire, which is a cave not far from where we're staying, that was discovered in the 1870’s. It’s been in the same family ever since and has been open to tourists since not long after discovery.
The cave goes down 12 floors or some 40 metres and is very interesting and quite pretty in a peculiar sort of way. There’s loads of stalagmites an stalactites in ...