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... speaker which I understood very clearly. The 14th of July is Bastille Day, the commemoration of the day in 1789 that began the French Revolution and it is celebrated like we celebrate our 4th of July. Guess what that meant??? FIREWORKS!!
This was the most dazzling display of fireworks I've ever seen choreographed to the most perfect soundtrack that it brought tears to my eyes. I stood there taking pictures for awhile and then decided that I wanted to be a little selfish ...
... museum. There was usual format of object with a nearby description. There was plenty to read on the walls. There were informative videos and interactive games for children throughout the museum. Since this museum was devoted to perfume, there were smelling stations that featured a variety of scents and fragrances including some drugs like marijuana and cocaine (for whatever reason!). Overall, the International Museum of Perfume conformed to my ...
... Later on to get back to reality we caught the local Bus to get us back to Saint Raphael.
Friday, our last day before reality hit for real. We just stayed around town and to cheer us up we ended going back to the Brasserie for lunch.
Saturday morning, even though the sun was still shining it was depressing as we had to say goodbye. Ian & Joan drove the car back to Nevers and we caught the bus to Nice to get a flight back to Berlin.
... to a bar for cocktails, which was a lovely time to catch up on the
last 4 months. The next day being tired after the working week we slept in
until 12 30pm! The weather wasn't too great so we decided to head to Monaco/Monte
Carlo. It cost us 17euro return which was not bad and the train journey was
spectacular between Nice and Monaco, as it travels along the coast and through
the Provenšal coastal towns/posh houses etc. In Monte Carlo we headed straight
... was to visit the latter and do the coastal drive one day and Cannes the second day. Visiting St. Tropez proved to be a nightmare. As we got to the outskirts the traffic slowed to a standstill and we travelled 47 miles in 4 hours. That, coupled with the heat, did not give us a good day. I looked longingly at the beaches as we passed them knowing we didn’t have a hope in hell’s chance of parking and enjoying any of it. We hoped Cannes might be ...