Hotel La Belle Aurore
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Nice , clean and quiet!
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... buttons trying to get it to wake up. It came to life when Clint restarted the car. Phew!
We punch in Nice, and we are on our way.
It is a bright sunny day. We are sad to be leaving Italy. Clint and I had been keeping up with the news in Paris. We hadn't spoken to the kids about it yet. Meg is worried.
The landscape changes and we cross the border into France. The Renault is home - we we!
We drove through Nice and then onto Monaco. We parked and ...
... 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 ...
After Monaco it was off to Nice to enjoy more of the Cote D'Azur's treasures. We did not have a long itinerary set for Nice, rather 2 main areas we wanted to visit. These were the Vieux Nice and the coastal promenade. The first stop was the Vieux Nice which has some amazing old streets crammed with shops, restaurants and cafes. There is a great atmosphere there and everyone there will ...
... yachts were kept. I decided to go over to Marguerite Island where the Man in the Iron Mask had been imprisoned at one point. Wondered up a couple of streets and found some amazing buildings.
Now the hotel I was staying at is situated on the street under construction so there was no hot water on Wed. Also, I had the pleasure of being woken up at 2:30 in the morning hearing two guys screaming at each other. When I looked out the ...
... onto a very small country road only one lane width. The scenery changed – huge fields of wheat and other cereals spotted along with poppy flowers were spreading to both sides of the tiny hilly road, tractors were the only rare vehicles around and the absolute silence was only disturbed by my scooter’s engine (in a desperate need to be repaired!). A few minutes later a slightly tucked away rest stop came to view – I parked for a snack. Munching away on huge ...