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... just perfect. We had a walk thro the pine forests and a dip in the sea - Matt choosing to sketch and perfect his stone-skimming instead before getting the last boat back at 6pm. The boat load arriving was full of the young, beautiful glitterati from Cannes clearly coming for a wedding or other party, making us feel even more dowdy tourists compared to their Armani suits and designer dresses! Happy tho not to have the stress of keeping up with the pack - it must be exhausting!! ...
... coffee. Lady came and talked about Camino. Gerry called. Dates no good. Having ton reorganise dates asked Leonie to come over. Went for walk to fronts saw PalaisbDesvFestivals where they hold all the Cannes Film festival. Looked at boats and walked along wall. Watched ll the beautiful and famous people go onto the pier for the Yacht awards. Walked back to hotel through little lanes filledvwithbrestaurants. Lovely ...
... for getting around the tight alleys and crowed walkways. Our guide was Thelma, a native of Ireland who visited Nice 10 years ago and fell in love with the place and has made it her home.
Thelma's knowledge and the stories she told really enhanced our appreciation of Nice. Nice was held by Italy for a number of years and Old Nice was established under Italian stewardship. Being a strategic sea port there were numerous attacks from the ...
... to a bar for cocktails, which was a lovely time to catch up on the
last 4 months. The next day being tired after the working week we slept in
until 12 30pm! The weather wasn't too great so we decided to head to Monaco/Monte
Carlo. It cost us 17euro return which was not bad and the train journey was
spectacular between Nice and Monaco, as it travels along the coast and through
the Provenšal coastal towns/posh houses etc. In Monte Carlo we headed straight
... br> And it was! We left much earlier for a start and drove along the famous Cote D’Azur with not much traffic. The road is a very pretty route and I half expected to see the ghosts of Cary Grant and Grace Kelly waving at us from an old convertible. He as handsome and suntanned as ever and she pushing back a tendril of blonde hair that had escaped from her chiffon headscarf. However, I have to say that for all its beauty I haven’t seen anything yet ...