Hotel Chalet de l'Isere
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... supplies and were not very impressed with what we saw - all high rise and traffic. We are told the Old Town is worth a visit and to be fair, we were on the outskirts in the rush hour.
We have booked an apartment for a few days in a place called Eze, which is a medieval hill town between Nice and Monaco. It is perched on the hills overlooking the Med and seems to be a slower spot compared to the crowds below.
... the hairdressers on ship charge an exorbitant amount - Bob's haircut cost $40)... Was a bit wary as had been told that Cannes was expensive...but surprised when told , shampoo, cut , colour and Blowdry would be €55... Cheaper than in Australia...
The bakeries and pastry shops were everywhere selling mouthwatering cakes, pastries and macaroons.....we decided on trying quiche...didn't really know what type we were buying, but I got ...
... from their holiday house and on the south of France coast. This particular day was actually ridiculously windy so we were not fighting for space on the beach!
We set up our two umbrellas nice and low to shelter behind and went for a swim with a tennis ball to throw around. The current was incredible in the ocean. It was going extremely hard to the left so we were constantly fighting not to be swept down the beach away from our spot. While it was really ...
... Gotha, Nats and I were stoked. After some convincing Nik came without milky had a headache so stayed in the van. We had a few vodkas in the van then headed up. After no luck trying to get in the VIP line we decided to line up and try our luck in the conventional entry which seemed unrealistic at the time but then the line slowly started moving and we got in for only 25 euro, in Sydney it would beat least 50. When we got ...
... this excursion. I spent the last half hour before meeting my buddies sitting in a cafe sipping a Perrier with lemon thinking that this is the last time I will do this on my journey, and just reflecting on what an awesome experience this has been.
When Sarka and I arrived back "home" we had a tasty final meal of omelette, a mixed vegetable salad sort of like cole slaw, and a thin crusted bread topped with sautéed onions. Mmm... I then spent an ...