Hotel des Parfums
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... excitement and anticipation for the season (little did I know what lay ahead ...).
Lovely, relaxing day. St. Paul de Vence is an exquisite medieval village and artists' colony. We strolled through the streets and marveled at the beauty of a town which has attracted so many artists: Braque, Chagall, Picasso, Cezanne, Renoir, to name a few.
We couldn't decide where or whether to eat lunch, so we opted ...
... Wow, how's that?? Hmmm, lets just ride to Monaco & Monte Carlo for the day!
We took the low road across to Monaco with a couple of diversions along the way. Scotty thought Roberta & I needed some extra hill work so took us on this little deviation (aka......he got lost. However he could have taken Roberta around for a third lap and she would have been none the wiser!), The good thing about getting lost sometimes is that you stumble ...
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 familiar countryside after the heat, hustle and bustle of Italy.
We only really had one day in Nice as arrived in at 9pmish the first night due to having to get a later train. So that day we went to the fruit/flower market in Cours Saleya, then after strolling through there we climbed up to the top of a hill to see the view of Old Town Nice (well worth it! :D). Then we just lay on the beach and took turns going in ...
... artisans but they are exceptionally overpriced. To look and admire but buy elsewhere. In the lane to the left from the entrance gate an accordion player was performing to the diners and it was a very pleasant and very French lunchtime scene. It was hot now and we found some shelter to sit near a stall selling panninis and salads, cold drinks etc and decided to have a snack for lunch.
Around 2 o'clock we decided to move on and headed towards the coast. Nice was clearly ...