Sainte Valerie Hotel
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... sold out. We had to make a quick decision and decided we are going to leave tomorrow morning, as we didn't find Nicé to be all that exciting. It almost looked poor, or scummy. After that we continued on our walk, and stopping for dinner, have quiches and quinoa on a street patio. Then Gabby and I decided to hit up some of the stores, both buying a shirt, naming them "Our France Shirts". The cobblestone road that held all the shopping stores did not allow vehicles on ...
... but good for walking long distances, uphill. The first stop was a museum of art by Charles Chargall. Quite different to most of the other art we have seen, modern, but predominantly with a religious theme. The gallery itself was nice, a modern building set in a residential area. The gallery itself, quiet, despite the two tour buses parked out the front. It is great being able to move freely around galleries ...
... by a grilled swordfish and duck breast. Over the course of our chatting with the waiter, it was revealed that we were celebrating Rufio’s birthday. Midway through our meal he asked for a name, and when our “chocolate soup with lollipops” arrived, the chef had decorated the plate and lit a solitary candle so Rufio could make his birthday wish.
Earlier in the day we purchased Cuban cigars, so we asked the waiter to recommend an open air bar to enjoy ...
... week end. It was great value at only 35 euro for a family pass and they gave the girls kids packs of goodies and faces painted for free. What an education that was. Jessi was in tears at one stage, before we got to the game as we had to walk through a crowd of away supporters with the riot police either side. I felt more sorry for the tour groups of 80plus year olds that were trying to get to their buses! Alcohol infused supporters trying to ...
... was probably one of the easiest 14km runs I’ve ever done! I was finally in sun after about a week of rain and generally overcast, cold weather and it felt like heaven. The temperature was a comfortable 19 degrees and perfect for running. People of all shapes, sizes and skills were plodding away, one foot in front of the other. And it was so enjoyable being amongst so many runners. In the French Riviera. I even stopped a few times, just to take the views in, breathe in the fresh ...