Hotel La Villa
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... and one meanders through tiny cobbled lanes lined with fabulous art galleries, boutiques and restaurants.. . Vines clamber up the ancient walls and Bougainvillea seems to erupt from the most unlikely places, vivid, unruly and utterly glorious....... What a marvellous place.
Another memorable day was spent with Eric's niece Anne-Lise, and her husband Jeannot who love Provence, and know many of it's ...
... short rallies followed by apologies as you retrieve the ball from someone else's towel, picnic, cleavage (delete as applicable). Needless to say plenty of apologies were required.
Once completely tired, we cleaned up and went for dinner in the village. This required another mile each way walk in my flip flops which are rapidly becoming “blister blasters”. Hope it gets better as I only have one pair.
We went to Gusto Italian which ...
... of usefulness! And ...
... azure waters of the Med, splashing against the rocks at our feet and throwing up white foam. To our left, the honey coloured stone ramparts, scalloping in and out of the ocean and leading up to the ancient Fort Carre on the hill. To our right, more ramparts framing the old town and a lovely white sand beach. It was one of those pinch-me moments where I just can't believe my luck. In the afternoon, we took the train to Nice since I left the baby carrier on the train (seems like ...
Day 15 - Nice
The weather was beautiful today. We decided to go to Antibes, see the town, and then visit the Picasso Museum there. So we rode the commuter train there. It runs pretty close to the Mediterranean, and we had some beautiful views as we made our way to Antibes.
Generally, museums are closed on Tuesdays, and our ...