Pierre & Vacances Residence Nice Palmiers
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... we were already laying on the grass at the meeting point half an hour earlier. When we got back to the camp site we had to start getting ready to go to Monaco. The boys had to wear pants and a long sleeved shirt to get into the casino so they got changed about 5 minutes before we left. Us girls' make up was dripping and no one was happy. We got into the bus and started going to Monaco. We got out at the palace and took photos, had a glass ...
... start walking along it. There is sprinkle of rain but the beach is still pretty. We must be pretty special as Nice get sunshine 300 days of a year and the day we are here it has been raining since. Water is light blue and roofs are red- that is Nice. We went up to the hill and the view is breath taking. We also visit the warm memorial that is caved into the hill.
Walking back through the old town, we ...
... a progress report on how the kids are going and also a
bit of a fact finding session on what they have done before at school in
NZ. Things are done differently here so
they found it quite interesting. They
were impressed with Maddi’s ability with the French language and questioned us
how much she had done before coming – nice to see we had prepared her so well
prior to coming. The cheeky thing had
told us she could not understand much when ...
... Despite only really having two rooms open, the museum was very well-done with the included audio guide quite exceptional, going into great detail each of the paintings. Overall, well worth the 6 Euros and the time I spent to get there.
Following the Museum, I look around and see signs directing me further North towards a park with Roman ruins and a Mattisse museum. What the heck, on vacation and just going with ...
... of walking all the way down. Next we walked down the promenade, enjoying the sun and view of the beach, before finding the turn in to the local flee markets. The flower and food stalls were really nice to see, but we didn't spend long here as we wanted to quickly make it to the main street for another walk through the Christmas markets and some proper shopping. Half way down the shopping stretch we came across the main Notre Dame ...