Hotel des Parfums
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What a fun evening! I met my new friend Baptiste, a young man who was celebrating his upcoming 14th birthday with his charming mother. We chatted throughout the meal, and I hope to reconnect with Baptiste through Facebook. Maybe he can come to the States one day. He was very excited at the prospect. We had pasta and seafood. The food was great, and it was a culturally fulfilling experience. Not to mention, I ...
... awesome cheese and wine cellar called Bistro Du Fromager. The meal literally was just cheeses too - all you can eat! It gave us an opportunity to try different kinds of cheese and decide which ones we like. Surprisingly, we found ourselves liking the stronger cheeses. Now we know which ones to buy at St. Lawrence market back home. Our last day in France was appropriately spent at a beach - Villefranche sur Mer, which required us to take a train. We ...
Grasse made the list of places to visit . When we were in Cordes & again in Marseille, it formed the basis of discussion over drinks. How should we go? When should we go? Do we visit before Cannes or after? Do we drive there on the way to Nice & not go via Cannes?? Should we go to Nice then catch a train while we are there? Well, the latter got the votes . So after Ray had "googled" trains ...
... and a few overnight trains ahead of us we were off. The last two days in Southern France have been beautiful, warm spring days. We got to Avignon and the fog had set in and didn't lift until we got to Antibes where the sun was trying to break through. No luck with the sun though in Monte Carlo, it was grey and overcast. Not quite the Monte Carlo I had envisioned, but we got to climb up to the Palais Princier to see where the Monaco's royal ...
... Valbonne we headed into the hills and up to the village of Gourdon clinging to the hillside some 940 mtrs up. How spectacular is this! The drive up itself is something but when you get to the top the views are simply breathtaking as you look over the Riviera from Nice to well past Cannes and even as far as Corsica in the distance. The villages and towns below are so small and you could easily think you were viewing them from a plane. The mountains wrap around the scene from behind ...