Hotel Les Calanques
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... when the go between your toes, not so good if you are super ticklish. After lunch on the water front we headed back up to train and took it to Nice where again we wondered down to the sea doing a little shopping on the way.... Mostly window shopping though as we really have done enough. Back to camp where new togs were purchased for the boys so we could all hit the pool, they were not keen on getting their photo taken though ...
... by a Californian Business Man, we also saw “Diamonds are forever” which was up for sale for $59million!
The lady at tourist info told us there was a nice walk through a park to an old fort, but we weren’t impressed with it at all! The park was shabby with dying grass, the bins were overflowing with litter and there was dog poo everywhere ...
... A train ride- bus ride- then I shall arrive. It’s been a journey however to get back. Tired, and a 4 hour wait at the train station due to a train accident. Started my journey at 4pm and now its 8:30pm and I still wait. Now the second leg; the bus. I stuff my face with a savoury crepe and vino- all adding to the extra cheese on the belly- it’s what I call a euro belly….
After a 5 hour journey of yes a train, a transfer then ...
... area is really beautiful.
The villages I visited in this area included Peillon, Peille and St Agnes. I had lunch in St Agnes and then travelled back towards Cannes and visited Vence, and finally the highlight of the day, Saint Paul-de-Vence. Both these villages are situated above Cagnes, about 20kms inland.
Saint Paul-de-Vence is referred to as the jewel of Provence and the accolade ...
I think both Kai and Nicolas both have developed some pretty serious baguette addictions. Kai can eat his own weight in baguette as long as the bread is hot and fresh from the oven. On the last day of their visit, we ate five baguettes! A new record! We waited in the bakery for the last three to come out of the oven. They were too hot to hold at first but within a minute or two we were all in fresh bread heaven. ...