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... although we were in a room with windows and Conor was sitting right next to me! ha!), the class was 60 minutes of stretching and a handful of twists. The instructor didn't speak much english, so we said our "Thank-you's" before leaving, and made our way to the bakery for a pastry as we plotted our next steps.
In chatting about more yoga options/activities to give me some sense of independence here in France, Conor suggested he could drive me to the studio in ...
... shoes and flashy T-Shirt from some place in the States. You can spot the natives going about their business trying to ignore the rest of us. Our server is a very nice man, who speaks English and doesn't seem to mind that we don't speak French. Yes there is a tip here to be had.
After lunch, I check out the shops and pick up a few things. Yeah the kids are getting spoiled again. We walk back to the flat along the street side, so we can check out the shops. ...
... catch the train. It was a great experience and the little restaurant was typically Italian and a great meal was had by us both -- Geppy's was recommended by a neighbour of Caroline's. On Sunday 27th July Caroline and I caught the bus to Caty and John apartment in Nice, overlooking the Port. We had a delightful dinner with Caty and John and then Caroline caught the bus back to Eze. ...
... and would be happy to go back there again if I’m ever in Cannes. I finished lunch and then had a walk along to port to make myself even more jealous of all these people and their sickening amounts of money. I was hoping that one of the billionaires was going to invite me onto his yacht just to give me a tour, but it didn’t happen. Maybe next time.
The port finishes at the back side of the famous theatre where the Cannes Film ...
... past, you see whats changed and revel in the fun, old mixed with new, poor with rich. It is a funky, disco, seaside melting pot. Grace is right, Nice does have lots for everyone.
Nice has changed, he's not got the lurid polyester of the 70's or the stiff corsets of 1800's haute couture. But he remains hot and "Wired for sound."