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... supplies and were not very impressed with what we saw - all high rise and traffic. We are told the Old Town is worth a visit and to be fair, we were on the outskirts in the rush hour.
We have booked an apartment for a few days in a place called Eze, which is a medieval hill town between Nice and Monaco. It is perched on the hills overlooking the Med and seems to be a slower spot compared to the crowds below.
... she drank to much wine, when she was partying with her friends. She left many priceless items, in this cave, many do not know why she would live in the cave. There could be many theories, and also to enter this Cave behind the waterfall you must say a password, because all this priceless stuff would've been stolen from other people. In this cave, somewhere in there is a hidden gem, where you may have anything you want in the world, but there are limits to ...
... br> Then we caught the bus back down to near the Old Town to wander through, looking for some of the named sites on the map. It was a most fascinating area, pedestrians only, or bikes, because the alleys and laneways are so narrow. Individually the houses or buildings are in need of a clean or some paint, but taken overall it adds to an amazing atmosphere and seems to speak of so many lives and stories over the centuries. There were at least three quite ...
... my favourite Macaron cafe Laduree and completed the afternoon with a one hour river cruise along the Seine, soaking up the sights of Paris one last time. That evening Imogen made a beautiful mushroom risotto, accompanied by one last glass of Rosé. I gathered my washing and packed my bags, thanked my hosts for everything and settled in for the night. Feeling excited about my New York adventure that awaited me the next day, I couldn't help ...
... because we were there for an hour we could watch them and noticed that in between begging they were quite friendly and sociable with each other even having a laugh. More like a job with co workers than a poor person begging for their existence. We were asked on a couple of occasions by two or three different women but they got the message after I told one of them to bugger off , but I was not so polite. ( I was feeling crook with a head cold so I was not in the ...