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... Paris and the air con was lovely. The owners also had a lovely black and white cat called Chocolat, who was very affectionate and friendly, and enjoyed lying in our bags! While we rested for a bit and eventually freshened up with showers, our hostess booked dinner for us at a restaurant just around the corner. We went for a wee walk around the old town before dinner, and enjoyed the sunshine, small, colorful streets and people enjoying their holidays. Dinner was ...
... stuck in it- but no fear! My new chip and pin card saved the day! Yeah me!!! The train was of course late, but not too bad. We hopped on and went two stops to Nice-ville. We got off and got our bearings pretty easily to the main drag. The boys were super hot and whiny- can't wait until Pompeii on Thursday! We stopped for slushed and that seemed to help. We just wandered down the Main Street and took a ton of pictures - everything was so cute! ...
... those for a while before getting back in the car and heading north to Antibes. By the time we got there, it was rush hour and getting late so unfortunately we didn't stop, just carried on to Nice, via a supermarket for supplies. Saw our hotel but had to do long loop around one way system before we could drive in. Small room, but functional and was ok as were not there for long. I loaded up suitcase with washing and spent an hour at local laundromat! ...
Sunday 29 December
We checked out of our tiny hotel room and headed off on the
first day’s exploration. One local (Renault) driver told me I had a beautiful
car when we were getting diesel, despite the fact the DS3 has been on sale here
for a couple of years.
Then it was up into the hills behind Nice to Grasse, the
perfume capital of France and responsible for 10 percent of the ...
... French! Nevertheless one can certainly see the Italian influence as well, most notably with the terra cotta tiled roofs. The traditional cuisine is also a blend of French and Mediterranean. But, walking around I noticed one can get just about anything: pizza, gelato, Chinese, kebab, Subway, and of course beaucoup, beaucoup cafes! We spent the day traversing the inland streets, and even popped in a few department stores to browse and warm-up. Sarka has ...