Auberge de la Vignette Haute
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... you go as far as you want), a connected rail link takes over for those going greater distances. Cheap public bikes for those who like to take the seaside airs. Hausmann like boulevards, wide and graceful, strong with trees, they are now festooned with all things modern, maison de glaces, gyms and souvenir shops compete for ownership.
Tourists on segways glide the streets, so David and I, ever the ones for eschewing our ...
Woke up early to a frosty Torino and walked to the train station to head back to the Côte d'Azur. Along the way I passed snowy mountains. Winter is here!
Arrived in Nice to warm weather!! What a treat! Put my bag in a locker and walked towards Old Nice. Got to Place Messina and found a Christmas market complete with ice skating, Christmas trees, and a Ferris ...
... than 5 minutes and we almost get robbed, what happened to France being romantic?! So we had train station food and waited in the official waiting room which had security posted at both doors. Longest 1 hour of my life!
Then we finally got to beautiful Nice...Ah! Step outside and breathe in the fresh ai...wait a sec, what is that smell? Oh, hobo fire, nice...Well so much for feeling better about France after leaving ...
... views of the rich Monte Carlo below with their many cruises. We didn't go into the observatory (?) which was one huge aquarium and apparently had some underground aquarium too. One of the previous monarchy was definitely some big natural history lover.
Took the train back to Nice and shopped abit though nothing much to buy. Dinner was takeaway from monoprix and I really love their chocolate eclair and macaroons!
We wound our way south down through the French Alps then cut west and dropped onto the Côte d'Azur. This famous strip of land running from the Italian border to Toulon, the world's first mass tourist resort, was discovered and then developed by the British in the 19th century and has never really recovered from the experience. Our purpose there, apart from enjoying the last of the summer sun on the beach, getting a new set of brake pads for Just Sue and doing ...