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... age 3. What have I been thinking all these years?! The floral scarf I got at the Marche Provençal this morning is coming in handy as my picnic blanket. I could sit here all day and night. I was disappointed when the kids playing an impressively upbeat yet beach appropriate mix (DJ KD, you would've approved!) left along with their tunes, but then a couple of men arrived with drums. I wonder if I'll ever make it to ...
... Sheiks and Russian Oligarchs that called it their second or third home (or simply a tax haven) and make our way to our next stop, Eze (thanks for the suggestion, Grammy and PopPop). After a few minutes following the winding roads hugging the cliffside we were in Eze, here forward to be known as "the photo opportunity of the Gods" as with every turn through town and as you climbed higher and higher, the views and obligatory photos only got better and better. After ogling ...
... on Pizza for dinner. The guy putting the pizza boxes was pretty quick, he entertained us while we waited for our pizza.We bought one each and a beer and headed to the beach. It is legal to drink in the street but not in parks after 4 pm. We had a lovely picnic on the pebble beach, although the wind had come up a bit so it was a little chilly. From here we headed to Waynes Bar, the rugby France verses the All Blacks was playing and the place was pretty packed, we ended ...
... said they are frequently found as there are a lot of people who retire here and then decide to take up cycling or running and do it up the steep inclines. We saw quite a few of these in the outskirts of Nice & Monaco.
It is a very cute village again, like St Paul de Vence, in the beautiful stone of the area and with cobble-stones and wrought iron signs. It is smaller and less commercialised with a few shops and restaurants spread throughout. ...
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 ...