Hotel La Belle Aurore
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Nice , clean and quiet!
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... We stayed put on our mat, almost literally, being a bit shy neither of us stood up until we left about 5.30pm. We didn't swim, and both of us needed to wee but sat it out. The best news, no sunburn or bee stings. The beach had almost cleared of people when we left as the sun was getting quite low and the temperature on the beach was cooler with a gentle breeze, but we later saw a shop digital thermometer that showed 23'. Before leaving Ang wanted to ...
... access to specific vehicles….buses, for example. We were at the western end and making our way to the restaurant when we noticed a lady of at least three score years and ten turning very slowly into the pedestrian area. We thought nothing of it as she was clearly determined and, we assumed, in possession of one of those remote gizmos that drop the bollards. She lined up her mini city car with the street centre and rolled forward slowly ...
... We hung around the camp site for the morning until the weather cheered up then went on a very windy (i.e. a lot of wind) and hilly bike ride.
The next morning we were very excited to set off to visit our friends Ads and Lauren. They were holidaying in a lovely villa in Pins Parasols with 4 of their friends and we litterally had to drive past them to get to Cannes, so a perfect reason to ...
... where about 25 police officers!! Wonder if I could get a place to live there that is geared towards income?
I stopped in Nice but it was a mad house as all public workers were going on strike the next day...they are NOT happy about having to work until they reach the age of 62. (The French live an average of 24 years in retirement; the longest in the Western World.)
I had planned to go to Lyon on the Thursday but due ...
... br> Things I realized today:
1. I really miss big dogs. Shout out to you, Lilly and Willow. Not to mention my many Bernese mountain dog friends (like that Jess?) and Honey (LaBruff!).
2. French people smoke a lot and have yellow teeth.
3. I miss being able to smile at people. Here people look at you weird if you make any sort of eye contact.
4. BufChicCal never sounds bad to me. Actually I’m legit ...