L'Ermitage Du Riou
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... and then we had time for some lunch. We saw the church where Prince Rainier and Grace Kelly married, and where they are both enterred. Martine drove us on part of the Grand Prix course on the way back to Nice. Goodbye to Martine, a few hours to explore and shop in Nice, dinner and goodnight. Love you and see you tomorrow ...
... us went to a beautiful restaurant on the harbor of Mandelieu, called Le Brocherie. We sat outside, overlooking the harbor filled with dozens of sailboats.
Now for the meal…..First course was a platter of fresh fish ~ I had little, tiny shrimps for the first time (including eyes, shells & whiskers), which were quite tasty, salty, but tasty. My favorite were the raw oysters ~ with a ...
... bakers, some not wearing much at all. Tanned boobs seems to be the thing in Nice. Grant's suggestion that I could get an all over tan just like that gets him a clip in the ear. He thinks French women are hot, meaning the hotel lady not the sun bakers he adds before I belt him. After the train we wander through the old town, I find a spoon & it starts to rain so we hide under an awning & buy an ice cream. They advertise as gelato but no where near as good ...
... such beautiful and balmy weather we were inspired to walk there ourselves.
The 3-mile walk afforded great views of the ocean and the hilltop village of Eze. In the village itself, we found that many of the good views were confiscated by hotels and restaurants. Nonetheless I found an unlocked gate to a hotel patio where I got some nice photos.
On the bus ride back down to Eze-Bord-deMer we had ...
... load. I was quiet all day, I just didn't feel like talking because I knew if I spoke the words would just turn to tears. All I wanted right there and then was to a hug from home and a shoulder to cry on telling me everything was going to be fine. The timetable, the work load, the assessments, the earlier than usual starts; all this had made me realise that maybe the holiday moment was over and this was the point in which we would have to face some reality. ...