Le Mas d'Artigny
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... best two minute massage on my shoulders and I am forever grateful. We then chatted for ten minutes about stories and travelling. He has travelled the world and was very wise. His message to us was that the only important thing in life is family and travel. He said that is the only purpose of life and that we should always be discovering new things. He had five children, all who were older and he was from Morocco originally but moved to France. He had a long speech about the ...
... a storm, sunset was gorgeous! Headed to Renez Socca for chickpea pancake and fried white fish of some kind. I read about socca on the internet, cheap and filling, not too flavourful but thats ok. I grabbed a bottle of wine and some fruit from a corner store then headed home for a few drinks with Franca from Argentina and off to bed :) Woke up to find the Cours Saleya was now an antique market!!!! One more reason I loved Nice. Perused the market for an hour and talked myself out ...
... wasn't ten minutes. When it finally came by after 45 min- 1hr. But it didn't stop because it was full, this happened twice. Finlay after we had been gone for 1hr30min we went to the train station, and while we were waiting we saw two of our number buses go by, with space for more passengers. But the train worked out and we got there with 4 hrs left to ...
started our last day in nice getting croissants and coffee from the
bakery under our hotel. Yum! As we were eating it a guy walked in with
his dog. We have seen all over paris and nice that dogs are allowed
anywhere really. In pubs, in restaurants.. Bakeries... Shopping centres,
trains, buses... There are no restrictions!!! Don't worry about the
food regulations at all. Some dogs we see sitting on the counters of
restaurants! Sanitation at its finest.... ...
... us out of the hustle-bustle and into the beautiful hills behind Nice, and to St Paul de Vence. We had booked a lovely little hotel right near the fortified town.
Tired from the long drive, we settled into our room and then relaxed by the pool for a few hours. It was about 30 degrees. Gorgeous views out over the valley, the old town and the sea.
We wandered up to the ...