Auberge De Jeunesse "Les Camélias"
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Provencal table linens, pottery, and items carved from local olive wood. A few stalls carry attractive merchandise from India, but as one stallkeeper observed, "I went to India to pick it out and I'm French". In fact, her goods do not look too out of place as what we think of as Provencal prints "French' paisley came originally from old Indian designs. Quimper Club members are enthusiastic shoppers, and the merchants of Valbonne have a good day!
The ride ...
... Yan confirmed that it was and was surprised to hear that almost everyone in Australia is familiar with the phrase. When I asked him what the literal translation was, he told me that it means 'to already see'.
Yan was dropping us at a train station at a nearby town called Cannes where we would take a short train ride to Nice. He took us to the train station via the scenic route along the beach front and it was so gorgeous. We met his wife, Fatima, ...
... all we could say. Wow. Such a vast view over the whole nice. Down the promenade and all over old town. Beautiful!! Now we headed back all the way down and we were off for the beach! We walked a different way back down and saw an archeological site with people working on it. That was really cool ! We
walked past another lookout that looked toward the other side of nice
and over the port. The yachts and boats were so impressive! One in
particular, Excellence V, was huge!!!!
... I definitely doesn't compare to the other places that I have been to. Back in Nice after a beautiful train ride past Villefranche Sur Mer I found out that I had to change rooms in the hostel, not sure why when I booked a few months before, but luckily it was only next door. I went out for dinner with a couple of the girls from the hostel then joined up with some more people for a few bottles of wine (between us) on the beach - a good way to finish up ...
Something strange has happened to me.
Not only have I started drinking more coffee and eating croissants and baguettes or tartines - I've been staying up later than 8.30pm and not falling asleep during the course of the evening.
Anyway, today's an exciting day as Linda arrives from Scotland. She's here for a week to stay with Juliet as I leave here to start the trip home early Monday morning.
Juliet and ...