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28th April 2003
Marseille – Nice
Nice (Ouest) Etap
Fine 24 degrees
We left Marseille at 7.30 and decided to bypass Marseille town after reading it was France's 2nd largest city (industrial). We saw some nice scenery on the road to Toulon then saw a bit of Toulon after finding our way to Nice. Our …
I have just arrived back from spending a weekend with my dad
in Nice France! What a beautiful city! I was sick for a couple of days but now am feeling much better! I LOVE IT THERE. I found it be a little
bit a European Miami- but with prettier buildings, French food, and the
glittering Mediterranean water. The water itself is so fresh and blue looking
that you just want to spend all day staring at it and bottle it up to bring it
with you. ...
... All of us were now getting very behind on our washing so we set off to try and find a laundromat and explore the coastal city. We took some tourist photos sticking our heads in the jack sparrow cut out and Todd in the Charlie's angels one too. We saw the building where Cannes film festival is held. We went to the beach to but part of the walkway was closed for something. It's strange that we only travelled like 30 mins on the train and we had ...
... up on a branch of the lemon tree so that it contained a blossom, which grew into a lemon within the bottle. When it was ripe, I cut the stem of the lemon, untied the bottle, and filled it with vodka. We still have it. During its decade-long marination the lemon has become somewhat bleached out, and the vodka has acquired a strong yellow tint. The passage of time can be marked in so many ways.
We went back up the road for lunch at La Petite ...
... handing out flyers. There are also buskers in every possible public location playing a variety of music. Noisy but interesting at the same time. A highlight of Avignon was a tour of the Palais des Papes (Pope's Palace) which was built back in the 1300s by the Pope who took up residence in Avignon. The vast building is very well preserved and each visitor is issued with their own audio guide in their own language making it easy to learn about each area ...