Hotel La Bellaudiere
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... speak French all evening. Since so many French people speak English, it is usually easier for them to manage a conversation or a transaction in English than to suffer the poor attempts at French by American tourists :-)
Saturday, September 13
We enjoyed breakfast on the terrace. That was about the last thing I enjoyed for awhile, as I started to feel sick on the drive to Monaco. After a long walk to the port, ...
What a day! Left Nimes at 7:30 to get to Cagnes Sur Mer and watch Simon Gerrans in the yellow jersey for Le Tour De France. Came across one accident and then a massive traffic jam so missed the race by less than a minute- pretty happy! The day kept improving- took us nearly 2 hours ...
... AND had done a reconnaissance of the "Gare" in Nice, the day was set & a plan established. Off we set at 9.30am this morning. A good walk to start the day. First obstacle was purchasing the tickets via the automatic machine. None of our credit cards were acceptable . Off to the ticket booth & a very long queue. By 10.15 we had tickets! Standing on the platform we confirmed with a station attendant ...
... crowds. We walked toward the old city of Nice (Vieux Nice) and found a place for breakfast. Great croissants, bread, and omelets. Excellent cappuccino! We continued walking and found the flower market. OMG! Gorgeous flowers and produce! We stopped at a market on the way back to our hotel and bought a baguette, Camembert, and pears for lunch on our trip to St. Paul d' Vence. At 1:30 we met our private driver, Kevin with his van for a 4 hour tour (there are 10 of ...
Hi folks - this is Jill - Doc has been filling you in on happenings so far so I shall endeavour to add to the BLOG! As he probably said, Dubai is opulance personified. We took a tour of the city which is enormous - quite a mixture of buildings, but predominantly the skyscrapers ...