La Fontaine du Peyron
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... a fire or two. Finally in 1860 under the Treaty of Turin, Nice was transferred to France. With much objection, Giuseppe Garibaldi (who was born in Nice and later became the first King of Italy) conceded Nice to France. See my travel blog on the Duomo to see a photo of King Garibaldi seated on a horse in front of this famous Milano cathedral. Nice's alliance with France lasted until 1942 when Italy once more took control of Nice during the early years of World War II. During ...
... and there were never any parking spaces in Nice to stop and look around. The traffic was crazy busy, many one way streets and we were getting frustrated. A decision to head to the airport where we knew we could at least follow the signs to the car rental. This trip was about 30min and we managed o find the road & the car rental return area. We explained as best we could to the returns lady who directed us to the counter inside the airport. She wrote on our forms & ...
... walk. We took the train back to Villefranche as the train station is only 500 metres from our apartment. Funny to go for groceries on a train! Shelley dropped off a bottle of champagne and a bottle of rose to thank us for making the switch to this apartment. That was really sweet of her. For dinner we went to another favourite of Shelleys, La Serre. We bought 2 pizzas and brought them back to the apartment and cracked open a bottle of red wine. Another great ...
After a lovely breakfast on the terrace I took a walk through a sleepy St Jeannet on a beautifully clear Sunday morning. We had a short burst of showers yesterday afternoon and it made the air even cleaner, clearer and a bit cooler. The light here which has delighted so many of the Impressionist painters was even sharper and more beautiful this morning
I loved hearing the morning sounds as the town ...
... their assistance I doubt we would have made it to the campsite. Apparently this is not an uncommon situation, the owner informs me he has made attempts through the Marie to have a sign put up, saying no access to the campsite but to no avail. Oh well . . . Unfortunately we still had one more challenge before we could relax and set up camp !
When the police car pulled up indicating ...