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The fact is, the city streets of Nice are anything but nice. It reeks of urine (from people or pets, it matters little) , and if you're not smelling toilet, you're getting accosted by second-hand cigarette smoke. And what's worse, dogs poop all over the sidewalks without any apparent law against it so you're either hopping over steaming piles of poo at the last second, or sidestepping smears where people have tried in vain to clean their shoes. We have ...
After days of good French food and lazy beach time, it was time to don our trusty Patagonia shoes and take one last hike in France. This hike would take us around the cape, Cap d'Antibes, to the side facing Nice. Unwilling to struggle with the bus system again, we began right from our hotel. We walked through the town then to a region populated by huge villas with high ...
... Legend has it that the last Monk cursed him and his family. Walked through the lovely church.... All just beautiful. Then on the bus to Pisa. Katrina..... could you let Dennis know that they have Toll Roads over here? And, since I am already here, I could be his 'man on the ground' so to speak. I am quite happy to do some investigation and give the first Annual Report around September 2014. You might also like to mention that I'll need a 'Living Away From Home' ...
... the easel was taken off her hands and checked, only to disappear until Sunday afternoon when it was delivered to our Nice residence.
A Weekend at Werner and Joelle's B&B
Our hosts, Werner and Joelle, were expecting us and Werner came by the airport to pick us up as we finished our baggage claim report.
Werner is German from Bremen and is a very talented artist engineer translator who works for a local communications ...
... it must be to learn from Arabic to French as the symbols are entirely different.
Once again I was able to impress with my knowledge of Muslim practices. I asked if he had been to Mecca, as this is expected for one time in a Muslims life, and he said he and his wife were going to go during the next Ramahdan. When he told me this it was as if I could see his faith in his expression. He is such a kind man so I too felt his excitement ...