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Travel Blogs from Juan-les-Pins
... there were no fresh tyre tracks so maybe it was on the road beyond the tree line and it just sounded closer than it was. It rained on and off throughout the night, which leaked through a little onto my sleeping bag and sleeping mat, but it all dried up quickly once I got to the hostel later that night. The road to Cannes from my campsite had some nice curves and beautiful scenery, and with a little big of fog mixed in between the trees it was a really ...
... to the carpark to attempt a lap of the track as you do! We got into second gear a few times, but there was a traffic jam from the gasworks hairpin all the way across the start finish line, through Saint Devote corner and up the hill to the fast left hander into Casino Square, except we were creeping in first gear.The TV coverage does not really show how blind some of the corners are and how narrow the entry into the Square is between the Hotel de Paris and ...
... Then went up to the lookout which was spectacular.
The afternoon was spent in Corniche, the old part of Nice. A very nice village with delicious icecream. Then to the Fraganard perfumery.
Dinner was at a beautiful family home on the cliffs of Nice. Words cannot describe it. It was a perfect setting ...
... markets. The food was quite expensive so we didn't eat anything, but I bought a cheap little coinpurse to accommodate all of my euro change. The old city was beautiful, and there were lots of street performers. Most notably, there was a group of Brazilians performing capoeira in a square, doing handsprings and cartwheels and all manner of breakdancing.
On our way back to Phillippe's apartment, we sampled some "socca," a sort of fried chickpea pancake native to ...
Where to begin? It has been a busy weekend since classes ended on Friday. Friday night Madame Guessal took us to a restaurant very directly called Specialistes Nicoises, which served this thin pancake-like bread that apparently is made from ground chick peas. I would have assumed it was maize as this is what it tasted like. We also had zucchini and onions that were stuffed with crab and seafood with breadcrumbs, very much like stuffed ...
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