Domaine Des Naiades
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... us went to a beautiful restaurant on the harbor of Mandelieu, called Le Brocherie. We sat outside, overlooking the harbor filled with dozens of sailboats.
Now for the meal…..First course was a platter of fresh fish ~ I had little, tiny shrimps for the first time (including eyes, shells & whiskers), which were quite tasty, salty, but tasty. My favorite were the raw oysters ~ with a ...
... market he grabbed my hand, he's just so sweet!
There was still one more festivity on the agenda ~ to see the fireworks from Cannes around 10pm. The display lasted about 20 minutes & know we were all pooped from a busy day. I love how Patrick said, "Bon Nuit". I hadn't had this much fun in a long time & was loving every minute of it. For the second night, I went to bed feeling guilty for being spoiled by Patrick & Jackie!
... couple of minutes. We have been away 4 weeks and do not seem to have forgotten anything which is pretty amazing and surprising I think.
It can feel a little small and cramped in the back when it is hammering with rain, as it did for about 5 solid days, as you can barely open the doors without soaking all of your stuff. When it is sunny and warm though we mostly live and eat outside, under our gazebo, with the sliding door open on the van and ...
... decided I should make my way to Cannes!
Cannes seemed like a cross between Nice and Monaco, it was glamorous but still laid-back and fun. I walked all the way along the long beach and checked out a TV festival they were having - there was a red carpet and everything! It was a cool city but Antibes was much more my style. I had a delicious chocolate nutella crepe and then decided to head back to Nice
... through the whole city The river quite literally winds through the city like a curl. At different points throughout the river we saw boats, kayaks and fishermen doing their thing. We encountered cyclists, skateboarders and people strolling along the banks and over the bridges. Tucked in a horseshoe-shaped bend in the Doubs River, Besanšon enjoys the beauty of the countryside and the sophistication of cities many times its size.It's a wonderful city with a rural ...