La Petite Sirene
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... in the Vieille Ville (Old Town) to try this favorite dish.
With limited space along the narrow alleyways, many of the restaurants in Old Town construct covered platforms that are placed on what would be two parking spots in the street. We were led onto the platform and sat at a cozy table in the corner. Le Amis de Chez Pipo offered a very simple menu: a single or double order of plain socca to be topped with one of the three ...
... vineyards, the initial south coast wasn’t too interesting and the weather wasn’t cooperating. We did some camping admin, shopping and haircuts! Was quite nerve racking to convey a style to the hairdresser with very little French, luckily for Bryce, the hairdresser pointed out that the numbering system for shavers was different to England (and New Zealand) and that he definitely ...
... 000 students, one of the largest in France and it dates back to the 18th C. The Second Court of Appeal is here also.
We visited Sainte Sauveur Cathedral and the baptistry. The knave is 14th century. The 17th C green organ was quite impressive with 3000 pipes and 42 stops. The organ on the left is real and the one on the right is trompe l'oeil (painted).
Cezanne was born here and he became friends with Zola where they met at ...
... around the Arc de Triomphe.’
The train to Nice departed at 8.49am, It was foggy for the first part of the trip, but eventually the fog cleared into yet another gloriously sunny day.
I’ll always remember the part of the trip when the Mediterranean first came into view at the south of France. The glimpses of coastline all the way through to Nice were stunning.
On arrival in Nice, on time at 2.30pm, I walked from the station to the ...
... back down to walk to the Old Town. It was now that my other shoe went out in sympathy, but half of this one was flapping. After about 100 metres we were lucky enough to find a hardware store (I don't think I have even noticed one since we've been in France). So we bought a roll of gaffer tape and much to the amusement of the owner, and using his scissors, we successfully made running repairs which lasted the rest of the day!! And as we walked out, he locked up ...