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... tiles embedded. On these tiles are fantastical creatures that have caused much debate as to what they could represent. Once there were 1200 tiles now about 500. We returned to our beginnings of our Provence trip in Cagnes sur Mer had a delicious dinner at the place we had found earlier. We celebrated with crepe Suzette and ...
... of a wealthy art couple Marguerite and Aimé Maeght and features their collected sculptural and painted works of a wide ranging group, Pierre Bonnard, Giacometti, Kandinsky, Matisse, Miro to name a few. The buildings are largely designed by Joseph Serp (who had studied with Corbusier) and integrate beautifully into the landscape. The site is as inspiring as the art (as you will see from David's photos).
... have been joined by it. On arrival we discovered most of the visitor attractions are closed on Mondays and the ones that were open were in fact closed for lunch. So we had a brief walk around the town which is very old before climbing the hill to the medieval Saint Andre Fort, where in some of the remaining rooms there is graffiti from soldiers, prisoners and some original stonemason marks, some dated back to the 1700s. We then visited the Saint Andre Abbey ...
... seeing us looking lost grabbed the girls by the arm and led us off to his favorite ice cream parlour. We learn't that he was in the French foreign legion, may or may not have been involved in the bombing of the rainbow warrior, and after some politicians involvement played rugby for Sussex against a french side from Nice. A french man playing rugby for an english side against the French. He was a scream and as we parted told us his nick name was Two tries and is ...
... go back... Nicolas's favourite part of the day was finally, finally riding on the carousel. There is a lovely carousel in the old town. We have stopped there on many occasions and let Nic watch the carousel turn which he very much enjoys. We decided that it was high time he got on it himself. He was so excited he couldn't stop going "whoo hoo, hoo hoo" just sitting on the little horsie that Ozzie chose for him. When the carousel started to spin, ...