Auberge De Jeunesse "Les Camélias"
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... watches. Next, we walked down the hill to look at the expensive yachts. It was extremely hot so we bought water and pineapple juice at the only store around. We sat under a tree and drank our drinks since that was the only shade. It was getting close to 1, so we walked until we found the bus stop and got on the bus headed back to Nice. We stopped at the port to meet Brooke and Chandler. We arrived early so we found a local bakery and ate a quiche ...
... sun baking topless. It is warm and beautifully clear, like some in Thailand I guess..but it also sparkles as the sun hits the beautiful blue. There were a few waves but none dumping, the sand is yellow and soft, and in the backdrop are mountains, palm trees and a man made pier of rocks. Needless to say we were happy to lie here for many hours..in fact I caught up on the last 5 blogs from this very spot, still looking up to enjoy the many views ;) !
... the decrepit sleeping conditions was welcome. This is what allowed a middle-aged woman to room with us. Now don't get me wrong. It wasn’t her age that made me consider her strange. It was the fact that she would walk around naked in the room in the middle of the day.
I’ve played sports and spent my fair share in locker rooms so naked people don’t make me uncomfortable. But when a middle-aged woman is ...
On the boardwalk this evening a man played a guitar and sang songs in French as we sat and enjoyed our last evening by the Sea.
We loved the time we had here in Nice.
Nice is loud and busy with people and restaurants and markets and traffic.
And it has a tender side too with its detailed architecture and quiet little bakeries and beautiful white boats gliding across beautiful blue water.
And speaking of bakeries...we ...
... tourists are allowed to enter the place to take in the sights or to take photos. In the morning however it is open for viewing and photo taking. For an added 10 Euros per person, you can also go in and see the gambling rooms (but no photos allowed). Jeff and I chose not to pay this fee instead we decided to try our luck at the slot machines that were open that morning (unfortunately I lost – what a surprise. I view my 10 Euro loss as another contribution to ...