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... 1 full day) in Paris before the tour ended and Karl and I saw a lot and made plans for our 2 days next week!
Currently Karl and I are in Nice, in a beautiful hotel. France is definitely being added to the list of 'wow' places!
Food has been difficult over here!!! The major issues i have faced is communicating my allergies to the waiters. I also would be limited by the menu. For example, in Germany they are big on ...
... Provence and the Riviera. Provence - for its rock-top towns and charm, and the Riviera, for the deep blue hues of the Mediterranean sea.
After some hardcore Google-mapping and routing, I began to believe that I could kill two birds with one stone.
Provence and the Riviera are about a few hours drive away from each other which meant that with some careful planning, in a span of 5 days we could hit both and see a fair amount of ...
... town. We watched all
the “wannabes” having their pictures taken on the red carpet steps of the Film
Festival auditorium and walked along the admittedly pretty water front.
On a sunny winter’s afternoon the place was crowded with
promenaders. I have never seen so many fur coats and people in general wearing
all their best winter gear when it wasn’t necessary!
Driving back along the coast ...
... walk along this same area, some of the guards had got a little arsey and tried to intimidate him into going somewhere else, despite being on public land. I stood as close to the rail as I could and took pictures of the yachts to see if I'd get the same reaction. Nobody took the bait.
Tabac corner is still easy to make out despite being sans armco barrier. A bunch of Fiat 500's (the old, proper ones) trundled past me, most with the passenger hanging out the ...
... day. We are only chugging along at 10.5 knots, so we are clearly in no rush, but I think that slower speed is helping to keep the boat pretty steady (a normal speed on a cruise is around 20 knots). There are a few movies playing onboard, lectures on art/history, dance lessons and other assorted activities, so we'll check some of those out too. We are looking forward to seeing Joe reunite with his fellow Italians when we visit Pisa and Florence ...