Le Chateau Des Artistes
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... want relax, lay on the (stoney) beach, shop, eat and drink then this is the place to do it. I might've missed something but there didn't appear to be a lot else to do. I did climb up Castle Hill (Colline du Château), which provided superb views of Nice and surrounds. I didn't see or do anything else worth mentioning except I did have the best piece of beef I have ever eaten at dinner on the second night. Should've taken note of the name of the ...
... by 10am so it's quite diverting to watch the patience, or lack of it, as the daily routines for transport get sorted out! The narrow lane ways are a delight to all senses and we love investigating the small shops selling a huge variety of edible and other goods. Out hosts shop each day, or several times a day if needed. Bread and croissants bought for a song from the baker who just closes up when everything is sold so you have ...
... t get any info on how to operate things. The lights in the lounge room broke on the 2nd day and the hot water service broke on the 3rd. The weather wasn't that great, we went down to the beach one day and it sucked. The food was nothing special - our best meals there were mexican and pasta. We went to the gaudi sea house which ...
... over the hill to Monte Carlo. Again saw so many fancy cars, the most we've ever seen in our life!!! Bentleys, Rolls Royce, Lamborghini and Ferrari....they were everywhere! It was amazing to see. We even saw a Chrome red Ferrari which is a custom made one!! Insane...but I didn't get a photo as it was too quick!The closer we got to the casino....the fancier the cars got! We were glad we got a little dressed up as everyone round that area ...
... s father made him study law hoping to have a lawyer as a son however, with the help of his mother, he moved to Paris to study art at the Acadamie Suisse.
The street signs in Provence are in 2 languages, French and Provencal, which is a language, not a dialect. It was used in the 12th C.
The market was great, the flowers are on steriods! I would buy flowers every week if I lived here. Maija bought oreillettes to share, which are like ...