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Today we awoke to the sound of Skype....NZ calling!! We had a wee chat with Mum, was great to hear that her flights were good and the long journey home was hassle free....she apparently even found the correct loo's this time! For our regular breakfast on the beach, the sea of the Cote D'Azure was looking exceptionally blue this morning in the bright sunshine - we've been so lucky with the weather so far on this trip! And as per usual we were joined ...
... them out (waste no want not). The pub had a live band and then a really good DJ the dance area was packed and there were more people standing on the tables than on the floor. So I felt totally at home.
Nice by day
We set out early in search of breakfast. We found a pastry shop and got a croissant and then a little coffee shop, where we got Coffee with milk, which had about 2 mouth fulls of coffee, it was time to learn the words for small medium and ...
Well first sleep in of the tour. Late breakfast.... Not as extensive and self control well in place no food baby today !!! Walk up the old castle hill to view Nice then back down some steps to find myself suddenly in the middle of Old Nice , narrow streets shops galore, temtpations admirably resisted.... what an amazing place. We went our separate ways to explore Nice this morning. Debbie to see the ...
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Sat 1st June
First day of summer and we finally came across some sunshine!
In the morning we got up early and went to the Market in Arles, there was lots of fruit, vegies, breads, meats etc, stalls with bowls of Olives and Cheeses, and of course the junk stalls too.
We caught the train to Nice and arrived around 3pm. We checked into our hotel and walked down to the waterfront, it was jam packed with ...
... there are a lot of French peeps but Carol is still "The Frenchy"
With my family I visited some cute old villages like Eze, Mougin and Biot. Hilltop views magnificent. Funky art. Did some ocean rock climbing... Even my auntie came - probably the only pregnant women traversing that kinda terrain... Yea my family is kinda hardcore :-P
Played maybe a million different board games with the kids... True meaning of exhaustion. Was fun too ...