Ibis Nice Palais des Congres
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... and we just guessed which way to go (we think each of
the paths may have actually met up again each time though anyway), but we
eventually got to the top. The views over the Nice lights great and the day had
cooled down so we weren’t as hot as we might have been going up the day.
We admired the view and some photos before heading back down
in the dark. All the light had completely gone now so we had to use torches on
Early morning, just passing Antibes. A much calmer morning and another lovely day. We boarded our bus bound for Eze. The trip to Eze took us around the road which looks over the beautiful water of the Côte d'Azur and down to Nice, Antibes and Cannes. Stunning. Eze is a small medieval village about half an hour out of Nice, perched high up on a rocky cliff. The houses are all made of stone and only pedestrians can walk up the hills in the village. Beautiful handicraft shops are ...
The second farm was a lovely location, in the mountains a little bit north of the city of Nice. Our experience here was more like camping, which was awesome. We slept in a Caravan and ate three hearty, homemade meals a day outside. We typically did work in the early morning until lunch, and the afternoons ...
... br> Val and our girls were amused at the story telling and how much laughter we managed in our first few hours together.
Clearly there is going to be much more of that to come.
Lionel works in Poland during the week so on Tuesday he took off to work and we had the following 3 days to enjoy the South of France.
Today, Tuesday 1st July 2014 it was Danita's 19th birthday. We drove down along the beach front to 'Antibes' where the girls and Paul enjoyed a ...
... of trains: 12
# of buses: 15
# of taxis: 2
# of beers: 16
# of monies found: 8.05 Peruvian Soles, 5 cents American, 1 ...