Hotel Belles Rives
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Today we went to Pompeii, which was incredible, we got to see how everyday life was here, and it was amazing that we could still see things like sighs engraved into walls and tracks in the road from chariots! You could tell which of the rooms were shops because he shops had deep grooves in any the front of the room, which were ...
... back to the free entry/no cameras chapel for those who want to pray. So we did. Nice, away from the crowds. Officious man there chasing out anyone with cameras. Back on the train and taken back to the coach. Last leg then to Florence, about an hour or so away. Hotel grand Mediterranean- looks nice on the outside and the rooms are ok, but quite small by comparison. Still good to be close to the city. Our room backs on to the lift. Be interesting to see how noisy it is overnight. ...
Today we took a short drive to Nice and a trip to Grasse. We did not originally like the look of Nice from our previous encounter but this time headed down to the Old Town and the Promenade des Anglais - think Exmouth seafront but a lot longer! We took our first paddle in the Med and a stroll through the Old Town (Vieille Ville) through a lovely market, buying soap and stopping off for lunch. There were also ...
... but after many tries she was not to be found. It was getting pretty late by now and luckily we had the ph no and a dot on the map where another B&B was and we had a lovely stay there. Great meal & wine at L'Oddessy Restaurant in Salernes.
The next day greeted us with the start of the Mistral wind which was extreme for the next ten days.
We had decided to head ...
... the water at sunset.
· Le Chateau – Castle Hill. There are a couple of ways to get to the top, our Rick Steve’s guidebook said it was going to cost money to take the elevator but again it turned out to be free! So we took the elevator to the top and couldn’t stop taking pictures of the view, until I managed to tumble down some marble stairs! Lesson learned- watch where you are walking, pick up your feet and ...