Hotel La Fiancee du Pirate
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... the coastline of Villefranche truly is. There is also a train stop right along the beach - so we might just need to splurge on one of the cute restaurants and indulge in some wine, and then take the train home. Along the sandy beach were many family, a man who was snorkeling close to the shore, a topless woman tanning. Such a "French" day we were having. We finished our lunch, and knew we only had about 40 minutes worth of parking remaining. We walked back towards the winding ...
... via a tunnel. You emerge from the tunnel and your jaw drops. A small village with a pebble beach and a small shopping lane. Gorgeous buildings, streets, colours , weather, and crystal clear water lead the kids and I to jump in the water in our undies. Some things just have to be ...
... to get to share in the revelry, even if just peripherally. Full to bursting with ratatouille and beef stew and feeling like the overfed cruise ship passengers of earlier in the day, we bid Nice adieu and headed back to our hotel. Tomorrow is our official beach day at Saint-Jean Cap Ferrat. We are really looking forward to frolicking in the Mediterranean and soaking up some rays (or repelling them with high SPF lotion as the case may be). We love and miss you all, ...
... of just ¾ of one square mile, with more members in its philharmonic orchestra than in its army, has survived since 1215. Its charm and James Bond notoriety make it a very unique place.
Contaminated with a little of that Monaco puffed up feeling we confidently walked over to the bus stop to pick up our version of a limousine, the public bus. That confidence soon vanished as three full buses passed us ...
... in its campuses, costs only 500 Euro. Per. Year! Yes, that is the actual cost.
We saw the Love Locks bridge where lovers put a lock onto the bridge to represent their love for each other -it was completely full, and a really cool visual! We passed the Louvre Museum, which I will tell more about later, since we got to go inside and look around today. We also passed the location of Paris Fashion Week, the d'Orsay Museum, which has a lot of impressionist ...