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So, who's been scampering over our roof!! we found out when we pulled back the ceiling blind. There are so many birds and we have never seen so many Jays in particular and they have to be one the prettiest birds and their song is like they are always laughing. Nice treat for breakfast, a salami omelette, mmmm very nice and the initial first taste is surprise, but a nice surprise, a great alternative to bacon. Small ...
... more like Italy than the France we'd driven through so far. We had been told that a lot of the supermarkets had washing machines in their entrances (clothes wash whilst you shop). So we stopped at a hypermarket on the way, no sign of any machines, so got the shopping and had lunch. As we were leaving, across the road in the petrol station, were a row ...
... learnt that Europeans are dedicated practitioners of the "stand up tan" which means that they can get maximum sun exposure. The undesirable side effect of this is that old french men stand behind you in speedos with surly looks on their faces.
The following day was my 26th birthday. We went out for lunch at a restaurant and then took a special picnic to an amazing park that we had found which overlooked all of Nice. I had decided to get beer because I was starting to ...
Our B&B is in the old part of the city and we overlook the back of the medieval citadel. Lots of tourists and school parties within the walls. It's pretty windy here and cool, no going out without a jacket. Explored the area this morning (we were here in 2013 however new to D&B.). Walked through the vineyards to the place we stayed at then. Our train journey from Paris was so easy and relaxing, four hours in ...
... the city to the Canal du Midi, which was built in the 19th century to link the Atlantic to the Mediterranean. This canal joins with the same canal we visited in Moissac a couple of weeks ago. The canal has got Nathan and Traci thinking that this might be a nice trip to take on a future holiday!
We then found the gothic styled Cathedral of St Michel. This large cathedral has an interesting history after initially being built as a parish church, then later ...