Hotel de la Mer
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... get a seat as the bus had come from further up the line, so was packed when we got on and no one got off along the way. So, we stood the whole way back and were very pleased to get back for a sit down and about a million cups of tea! Tomorrow is looking like a trip to a village nearby so another bus trip. Then Sunday we have the whole day to fill in after check-out before we fly out around ...
... with the Brazilian driver Felipe Nasr. The whole country is immaculate! There's not building that doesn't look brand new even though they are old. It's so clean and beautiful. It's no wonder it's the playground for the rich. Went to Grace Kelly's garden that had hundreds of Roses and water features. Was a real treat to be there at the same time as they were on and know race day with be ...
... museum is very impressive, the Matisse, not so much. The audio guide and the movie about Chagall paintings and his life were very well done. We walked down several steep flights of stairs from the Matisse Musee to reach the Tram station for a quick ride back to the central part of Nice. Tonight's dinner recommendation took us back into Vieux Nice and Ville de Sienna, an excellent Italian restaurant for saltinbocca and gnocchi with Roquefort, walnuts and ...
Having left Liguria by train to Nice we picked up our Eurolease Car at Nice Airport.
We took a guess to saty at a small village called Salernes which is renowned for ceramics, they make everything you could imagine in Ceramic from dinner sets to roof tiles and hand basins all delightfully exquisite. We checked out the Tourist Office for a place to stay, were given Madame ...
... I don’t think we made it to the “actual” promenade but we made it down to the water. Many people were sitting on the rocky shore watching the little kids throw rocks at the waves and watching them run from being hit by the icy water. (one crazy man was actually swimming!). The Promenade itself was constructed for the wealth English who came to Nice on holiday; it was marble path so they would not dirty their shoes ...