La Fontaine de Cadassi
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... rounds of carrot and cucumber shavings, followed by pigeon with 'fruits of the season' (girolles, raisins and apples). Dessert was the unlikely but delicious combination of chocolate cake, roast banana and peanut butter mousse. (Elvis Presley eat your heart out.) The wine from Stellenbosch was excellent, the restaurant elegant and the service flawless. Jan himself came out to greet us. He is good-looking, charming and-headed for a ...
... of wine ensured a few hours sleep.
Connected in Zurich for Nice, then took the bus to our Hotel and by the time we arrived we dumped the bags an went for a small walk around before Crashing! not a bad sleep.
Out and about to a Boulangerie for breakfast and expresso price here $1.50 euro. NZ much dearer for food.
... hotel up the Main Street, and off to the left beautiful. Emmanuel behind the counter was full of enthusiasm, a little colourful one would say. He was the pick up we needed. He asked for our details, as we weren't coming up in his bookings. Uh oh! We were trying to work out days, months years. Yeah.... We had the days right just not the date or month. Luckily, they still had room and could change the booking. But it wasn't after a long chat to the company we booked through as ...
... the ship at sea. You can see the photo that I uploaded. I also met a lovely woman who I had a very nice conversation with about universities and plans for the future.
Villefranche is a very pretty place to look at. Rows of colourful buildings with the backdrop of a mountain and plenty of sun. When we had begun our ten minute walk towards the train station, it felt a little less pretty and more of the same in terms of a port. From the tender boat and the ship it's a very ...
... There are other paths up the hill, but these steps face the sea and offer great views along the way. As i climbed the 213 steps, I kept taking photos so I could see how far I had risen. some are included here. Partway up, I reached a level which offered a small museum presentation of ancient Nice. Here are some interesting things about Nice that I didn't know-- The first known human settlements in the Nice area date ...