Hotel le Lausanne
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... room overlooks the the Albert 1er gardens and we see the Mediterranean in the near distance.
The weather, by the way, is gorgeous. It is warm, the sky is a brilliant blue, and the rocks that pass for a beach in Nice are full of people. It is a picture-perfect day on the French Riviera.
The Quimper Club meeting begins this evening with a 'Meet and Greet' at a private beach. It's nice to 'catch up'; after the party, we have dinner with two fellow club members at one ...
... a little more planning before our lift arrived to take us to our next destination.
Before we arrived, we were told to be careful of the French people, that they can be rude and arrogant but we experienced nothing of the sort. We found the everyone to be friendly, helpful and kind. There were often times that we needed to ask for help and we always found someone who was happy to. France is a great country, if I wasn't so excited about heading to Italy, I'd probably be sad to ...
We held our memorial meeting this morning in our hotel room. We listened to another exhort by Bro. Harry Tenant which we enjoyed. He also touched on a couple of things he had mentioned in the last exhort we had listened to.
We then packed up all our luggage and left it in the car before heading out to explore Nice. We had discovered some markets that we were interesting in looking at yesterday so that was where we were going today. Eli had ...
Stop and smell the lavender. Forget everything you've heard about the glitz and glamour of the French Riviera. You are entering through the side door to secluded beaches, perfume factories, workaday seaport villages, and hill towns rising high above the casinos and mega $ yachts. But do this region justice by not being in a hurry.
Eze village, nestled high above the seaside is like being transported into Pinnochio-land: as you walk the ...
... gave us a good tip. Instead of heading straight into Monaco, we got off at Cap d’Ail train station and walked to Mocano along the coast. It was a bit of a thrill to walk across the border into another country. Not as adventurous as walking into Morocco from Ceuta but nonetheless a good experience. The walk from Cap d’Ail to Monaco was the highlight. This walk definitely ranks right up there with Santa Margarita to Portofino (Italy) ...