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... on St-Jean-Cap-Ferrar.
Villa Kerylos is an exact reconstruction of a 2nd Century Greek palace built during the Belle Epoch period by the extremely wealthy Theodore Reinach. It is completely decorated and furnished to accurately illustrate the lifestyles of ancient Greeks, and sits on a spit of land with amazing ocean views. The interiors were sparse and cool, full of marble, mosaics, and amazing bathrooms.
The salmon-pink ...
... leather seat option and this would not be possible. However he would take us - it would be okay, he would leave his boot open with one of the cases hanging out of the back.
I told him our bike was worth a lot more than his leather seats, so we'd just find a taxi that could take us and our luggage in comfort and safety. He got a bit a shirty and asked for €10 because of his wasted trip. I told him that perhaps he should get a better car then he wouldn't lose fares, and ...
We had a leisurely stroll through Cagnes sur mer and then boarded the train for Nice. Very busy train standing room only but the trip is not very long ,four stops later we disembarked in the centre of Nice. A big city large buildings, hive of activity people moving with purpose. We dodge and jostle down a main throughfare into ...
... the same time has a certain mystique to it that reminds me of a buddhist Alice in Wonderland. The owner of the building is an older man named Luc, who seems somewhat.... uh, eccentric, at first, but is actually incredibly nice and interesting. He stocked our fridge full of soda and snacks, which none of us minded, and lives right above us. He's incredibly happy to see to our every need, and seems to have everything. Au revoir..... ...
... it is supposed to change this afternoon. We watched the provencal market pack up its stalls of cheeses, meats, veg and some lovely colourful trays of spices amongst other things then enjoyed a lovely three course lunch at an open square before visiting the local Cathedral. We then had a brief look at Port Vauban which is the largest marina in the Mediterranean Sea. Some of the world's largest and most lavishly appointed yachts/cruisers have Port Vauban as their ...
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