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... in bed
by 8.30pm, Mum and Dad in bed early too – great weekend away!!
Monday 9th – Kids off to
school with Mum and Dad cleaning up and sorting things out post the trip away.
Tuesday 10th – kids to
school as normal and they were having lunch at school – Crumbed fish, salad,
beans and fruit which Maddi liked but Corban did not. Toni and Tony went for a walk – 13.75kms to Place
de la Europe ...
... degrees to come back to land. Jackie was unaware of the seafront location and, being a nervous flyer and having read far too many MH370 conspiracy stories, was genuinely convinced that a rogue pilot was condemning us all to a watery grave. It was only later when I learned that she would have benefited from being informed of the airport's beach location. Well she knows now!
So we made it off the plane, safely but still in slight pain, all ready to start our Niçoise ...
... at Lou Pilha Leva. This is a traditional Nicoise restaurant that serves food from a take-out window with picnic tables out front. Fried zucchini blossoms, eggplant beignets, zucchini tart, and socca, a chickpea pancake. My stomach still hurts from how much we ate, but it was totally worth it. We took a good stroll through old Nice and the beachfront, Promenade Anglais. There was a free concert in the park, ...
... around for too long but did tick off a few things. First up, we visited our flatmate from London, who is now crewing on a super yacht for summer. She’s based in Mandelieu le Napoule, a rich marina town. The wild camping wasn’t great but it was excellent to catch up, swap stories and of course enjoy a few drinks (at an Irish pub of all places).
Nice was our final stop in France, ...
... some olives and put them in a zip lock baggie so we could eat them easier on the train... Worst idea ever. The nasty juice that was still left over got all over everything. We smelled pretty bad. At least we weren't homeless this day too, we would have been quite the sight (and odor).
On the fourth train we got a taste of first class but not really (remember we had the first class pass and were supposed to take those seats whenever possible). This time the seats were ...