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... then where we stayed and now we know that is where we would like to stay next (With more of the vingnard views.) We also decided that a cruise would be a lot of fun, but we got to know the country better this way. We also agreed that Antibes is much nicer than Cannes, if we are ever in that area again. Overall a great trip, the best part was the old buildings and continuously good food! So happy to have been able to share our mini family adventure! ...
... to Horizon Court were going about their normal duties so whatever happened couldn’t have been serious. Since this incident I have asked Davide, the head waiter if he could find out. So far he hasn’t or if he has, he is not telling us. He says that perhaps it is testing before we head out across the Atlantic. My theory is that someone in the engine room (probably the Grease Monkey) has been on night shift, got bored, and thought to himself, ‘Ooh, I wonder what this button ...
... around Nice together and grabbed some Slushies to help with the heat before Mary and Andrea were off to Monaco with their tour group. I kept walking around on my own, going up to the nearby castle and walking along the beach, before stopping to watch some live local jazz artists who were performing as part of the Jazz Festival in Nice.
Thursday I had planned to catch the bus up to Grasse (on Christine's recommendations) to walk through the old city and go ...
... our local bakery on our way home tonight to pick up some dinner...
Delicate pastry and three dollar wine.
A perfect last meal in Nice.
We had romantic dinners in a tropical garden.
We won a little money at the casino.
And tomorrow we will take a couple of trains and make our way back to Paris where we will spend the last two nights of our French vacation.
We love you all
Matt & Kellie
... and twisting, moving up one side of a wave, then crashing down on the other side, sort of like the fishing boat in "A Perfect Storm." But instead of heading for shore, they were joined by MORE little and big sailing boats, all of them getting whipped around and soaked. It appeared they had all been waiting for this weather so they could really go out and play. Maybe it's a guy thing, but for sure, ...