Hotel Royal Riviera
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We awake at what we look was very early as it was still dark outside. But it is 7.30am . Oops!
A quick shower and change and a even quicker bite to eat and were are away. Not too long to wait to exit the ship and we then see our guide. She has my name on a piece of paper. Thankfully I did not provide her with my full names so no embarrassment here. The poor thing has been waiting from 6.30 as she said that she thought the ship docked at 7.00am I had emailed her the ...
... woke to Ed's alarm but he turned it off...and so we woke at 1pm!!!!!!...so much for St. Tropez. So, we get into our car and drive to St Jean Cap Ferrat and spend more than 30 min to find parking. Turns out Sunday is beach day in the south of France and everyone was at the beach! We finally found parking, had a quick bite to eat, had my first expresso (yumm) and walk to the Paloma beach. Beautiful views, yatchs and French ...
After a good night's sleep, we had a delicious breakfast at the Hotel, then it was off to Saint Paul de Vence. As there was a Tour de France special activities in Nice, we went east, back up to the motorway, then back west to the town. After squeezing the car into the parking station, we walked through this beautiful town, which once hosted all the famous artists who stayed and painted. The Colombe D'Or Restaurant was at the entrance to ...
... a euro 100 bill, we managed to hold up a huge truck, who decided to blast his horn at me. Eventually, we found help, with an attendant giving us smaller change, so we got through unscathed. Our drive took us through Nice and along the Promenade Anglais, where all the beach umbrellas and beach cafes filled the long beachfront. Upon our arrival at or Hotel - ...
... were interesting, but in a lot of places it was the sculptured and painted ceilings that wowed me. After a three course lunch to recover from all the walking, we made it to the Notre Dame, which I wasn't that impressed from outside. The high gothic arches, multitudes of stained glass windows and beautiful statues inside were stunning though, and one of my top Paris moments. Yesterday we said au revoir to Paris and are now in Nice, on the Mediterranean coast. The ...