Residence Nice Fleurs
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... of gnocchi and wine for dinner. Following the dinner, it is now around 8:15 so make my way back to the Old Town where I had spotted an Irish pub earlier in the day that had indicated it was showing the Champions League matches. Jam packed with people, but able to find a seat and sit back and watch the Arsenal and Liverpool matches. Good games in general and lively atmosphere. After the games, head back to get some much deserved ...
Friday, September 12
We took a taxi/van to the Gare de Lyon and caught the TGV to Nice. Since there were four of us, we had seats surrounding a table, which made a fast and smooth journey even more pleasant and comfortable.
Our Renault Espace
Things got interesting at the train station in Nice. First of all, Europcar had a small crudely printed sign ...
... left and I'm embarrassed to say - I fought off tears!
So, first impressions were that Nice people are not nice!
We found a parking spot just about five miles south of Germany!!! And made our way back on foot to the apartment. The people were STILL not there. My Spanish phone number wouldn't work in France - so we had to go to a phone store to get a proper SIM card... - call the apartment people and tell them - um hey - where are you?? - we've been waiting on you ...
... washed away many years ago went well with some giant macaroons we got stuck into.
We headed towards Marseille, a huge city, which we weren’t intending to visit but drive around mainly. Scarily enough Marseille looked vaguely familiar on the drive in, we both realised it was our home Wellington that it had stark a resemblance with. Our wild camping spot outside of Marseille was ...
... the mountains and away from the city traffic although I must admit that the drivers here are certainly more courteous towards bike riders than drivers in Oz!
After breakfasts of fresh fruit and bagettes we've usually headed to the beach. The first obstacle to negotiate at the beach is the lack of sand or plentiful supply of rocks depending which way you want to look at it! The rocks are quite ******* your feet which make negotiating the drop off ...