Hotel l'Estirado des Adrets
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... and enjoy it before it rained (it was due to rain about 4pm) So we walked down to the beach. Richard was hoping we would see topless girls... But all we saw were old men in speedos. Sorry Richard. Muahaha. The beach was beautiful but there was no sand. It was all rocks. Who wants to lay out on that.. I wouldn't. Other than that it was a nice beach. Then we wandered into the shopping area ...
... a motor cycle event at the weekend so we saw a few bikers trying out their riding skills through the hills. From here, the coast road went past Saint Tropez and you could almost taste the money in the area. The houses, boats and even helicopters were amazing. We followed the coast through the towns along the coast and enjoyed viewing it all from the car (even with 'Wham Rap' blasting out at one point).
From the French Riviera, we got ...
... a gap opening up and the pace was hot, even though we were climbing! All the fast girls came through, with Teresa in 4th and she gave me a little push - very strong lady - amazing!
A smoking stage, full on all the way like a vets handicap race, riders working very hard together to catch bunches further up the road. I was in the big ring most of the way, the gradients on this climb were gentle. And a huge party atmosphere in ...
... parts) still twitch at the ramifications of that meal. 24 hours of ramifications thank you very much Tripadvisor! The evenings were spend boat and super yacht spotting, a secret pastime of mine. We found an amazing little pizza place (a faux pa when in France, i agree) when trying the find the alleged best restaurant in Nice, and never looked back. We either ate it inor took the pizza down to the marina and oggled the boats and those lucky ...
... passed many grand villas, which appear to be condos and offices now. It's amazing how much wealth there must have been during the 19th century. At the end of the walk we came to the Regina Hotel, where Matisse resided toward the end of the time he was in Nice. It is a gigantic, ornate building .
The museum itself is situated on beautiful grounds and looks kind of like a big red barn with ...