Ibis Styles Beaulieu-sur-Mer
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... and famous!! There were numerous Rolls Royce, Mecedes, BMWs and Lamborginis etc. Of course less extravagant cars did also exist.
The massive casino is something to behold. Somehow I managed to get in their to view it without paying (innocently!!). Another person and I managed to find our way in via what we discovered later was the exit!! We were not challenged in any way, hence merrily continued our way throughout the many grand ...
... photos on canvas. The photos are of this area and have the gorgeous provencal colours of bright yellows, blues, oranges. He had one photo of our apartment building so we bought it of course. This afternoon we took the train to Beaulieu and then walked to Villa Kerylos. It is a reconstruction of a 2nd C BC Greek palace. We walked back home via the beach. It takes about an hour to walk one way and there ...
... class is not allowed on the highways. You either can get arrested, or if we are happy, we will escort you off.M: I honestly didn't know the rules sir, nobody mentioned it to me when I rented the bike. I apologize, it wont happen again.G: Give us one good reason we shouldn't arrest you today for breaking the law.M: It's my first day in Nice, I love France and I have chocolate (pulled out my chocolate)
G: You are trying to bribe us with ...
... with a 5 person minivan. Yay! We were about to get a private tour at much less than group tour prices. (Thank you, thank you Peter for the suggestion!) Robert was great. He gave us the history, took us to a bunch of neat places. We went to the old castle ruins being excavated in a park accessible only by elevator. Nice was surprisingly cool (in a "it feels like 20 but it's acutallly 30 kind of way". He pointed out a few condos ...
Fine again - what luck! Breaky, then headed off up the hill straight away to Sancerre. 3.5km climb, but pretty gentle, everyone handled it well. At the top we locked up the bikes and went in and had a Sancerre info session; similar to the Pouilly one yesterday, but not really as good. We did however find some amazing nougat shops so we bought a few slices - yum! Back on the bikes and a nice run down the hill back to the Loire. Along ...