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, ...
... and soaked up the rays - no complaints here! We really liked Nice as a city due to its sheer size, modern clean feel, coastal setting, and proximity to other interesting sites. We have yet to experience the so-called rudeness of French people as we found everyone to be really nice. And so ended our tour de France. We're really going to miss it but so glad we got the chance to experience life in this beautiful part of the world. Time to head off to ...
... 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 ...
... the fantastic view out to the Mediteranean and Port de Fontieville and Hercule with its luxury yachts, climbed stairs and more stairs to get to the Jardin exotique, find the Cathedral that Grace Kelly married her Prince and just roam around the city that Grace Kelly was once the Princess of. Poor Samuel dragged around the city, he survived but I'm not too sure about our overnight train from Nice to Toulouse. When booking the seats to travel in ...
... I can honestly say it is one of the most impressive viewpoints I have ever been in.
Gourdon has a very relaxed feel to it despite its existence being for the tourist these days. We bought some small presents for home in one of the perfume shops, served by a very happy assistant who danced as she wrapped. Don't get that in Tesco's.
Near the viewpoint there is another perfume shop and Lorna got seriously detained by the very persistent lady at the shop. She was ...