Hotel La Bellaudiere
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... and walked through the small cobbled side streets up to the castle to see the view across the city. We also visited Mougins, a tiny place with (like many French towns) a new and old area. The old area was very quaint and quirky and I got very disorientated walking around. There was an Italian food festival there and so we popped in to try some delicious meringues, Gorgonzola and sauces.
From our cottage we could see a town lit up on the hillside ...
... is very interesting, and poor Lee and Lawrence ambled around after us as we sniffed and whiffed all sorts of different scents in the shop at the end of the tour.
When we got home that afternoon Lee and I started doing some trip planning as we were heading out the next day to our next destination. It had always been the plan to drive south through Italy following our Southern France trip, but today we changed all of our plans and decided instead to go see Switzerland! This ...
A day in Nice at last. For a welcome break from driving we set off to see what Nice has to offer. Our hotel was less than two hundred metres from the beach so this was where we would start. The first sight was the impressive Hotel Negresco where the rich and famous have traditionally stayed. Along the Promenade des Anglais, we stopped for coffee at a beach cafe, watching planes take off and the waves breaking on the shore. Continuing east, the preparations were well underway ...
... was’ retard’ and ‘cinq minut’
‘5 minutes’, I thought. That’s not too bad. However, at the end of the announcement the crowd groaned in unison. And it wasn’t a good groan!! I know what a good groan sounds like and that definitely was a bad groan!! That said, the train did in fact start pulling out of the station 5 minutes after that announcement. It must just be the impatience of the French!!!
Monaco train ...
... du Verdon are a series of gorges along the stream and tributaries that flow into Lac Ste Croix. The rim can be circumnavigated by road and it can take many hours. There are a vast number of viewpoints where often spectacular views of the cliffs and river below can be seen and we stopped at a great many. It was quite a long trip wending our way around the side gorges often taking us many k’s away from the main gorge. There are one or two hotels that sit ...
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