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... want relax, lay on the (stoney) beach, shop, eat and drink then this is the place to do it. I might've missed something but there didn't appear to be a lot else to do. I did climb up Castle Hill (Colline du Château), which provided superb views of Nice and surrounds. I didn't see or do anything else worth mentioning except I did have the best piece of beef I have ever eaten at dinner on the second night. Should've taken note of the name of the ...
Ashton experiencing every moment of his birthday by waking far too early and watching the sunrise - apartment faces East. Sun streaming in by the time everyone else wakes. Sing "Bon Anniversaire" (badly), then breakfast and start updating travel blogs (some hadn't made it to Vaucluse yet!) Off to Avis to swap for a smaller car that will fit in the garage. Takes over an hour. The BMW ...
... as close to the edge as possible on the pebbles. It's really painful walking in water full of pebbles with blisters. I finally follow Grant's advice & just dive off the pebbles as soon as I'm deep enough. It goes deep very close to the edge & it's so easy to float. It's very refreshing. I comment to Grant how weird it is to think of the Canberran's freezing while we are swimming in the Mediterranean, best Canberra winter ever! After our dip we walk bask ...
... as she pointed to the hair dryer. She than stoked our fire, added some more wood and left. On our way to our village we met a lovely american couple, Lefty and John, both were nurse practioners in Boston. They were in Italy for a couple weeks to celebrate John's birthday. They were parents of four who were around our age so they were happy to take us under their wing for a day. We missed our train stop due to zero signs of our town so we had to get off at the next village, ...
... the French polish. We then came back to our room to collect Michelle and went for a walk along the promenade back as far as the flower market. From there we wandered round the back streets shopping and looking for a patisserie. Stopped for a crepe with Nutella for lunch then later for a bread roll. Found a patisserie and I chose a citrus tarte. While out we found a place that tattoos on eyebrows, eye liner ...