Pierre & Vacances Residence Les Terrasses d'Azur
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... instead I'll do more detailed captions on the photos I took. It was such a fun day trip! We stopped for lunch on the way there at a place called Auberce Du Chateau. Conor had a pizza, and I ordered a "menu" of Mushroom foccacia, house-made noodles in red sauce, vanilla and strawberry ice-cream and a glass of Red Wine. SO GOOD!! I wonder if I'll ever get tired of the food? After lunch we drove about 15 more minutes into the town, found parking and began a walking tour following ...
Thursday 9 October
A few different cats and kittens came to visit in the morning. It seems that the village is slowly being overrun to the point where I am sure there are more cats than people.
Had a lovely lunch on the harbor. Bruce had an incredible pasta dish with a light baked
Friday 10 October
We continued our exploration of Triora. We ...
... Lots of tourists but it still has a charm with its narrow streets and view down to the ocean. Dropped into Vence on our way through to Menton.
Menton was our final destination. It is a scaled down version of Nice with lots of people in the sunshine sunbaking on the stony beach and lots of grand hotels. Enjoyed dinner on the esplanade looking out over the turquoise blue ...
... Never in my life did I imagine I could climb on a bike for 5 km strait (3.1 miles). Also, I stopped at the top to eat my lunch, a delicious salad with some left over bread and granola from breakfast. The view was absolutely incredible. I rode through 3 small towns, Carros, Le Broc and Gattieres. (This is why tomorrow's entry says Le Broc, even though I went there today). After I visited these adorable mountain towns, I had a 6 ...
... It's also market day, and the plaza and and main drag through town are packed with vendors and shoppers. Cuneo is an 800 year old city, but it doesn't feel that way, with a straight boulevard/pedestrian street stretching from one end to the other, end at the cliffs overlooking the gorge, the rest of town is laid out pretty much in a grid like fashion. Being in the far corner of Italy, perched over a gorge, next to the mountains it does have a bit of a frontier feel to ...