Villa La Brise
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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It is strangely reassuring to learn that Paul's first sustenance in Italy was a Snickers bar.
Last night saw dinner at a restaurant called Les Jacquemart - a salad Nicoise starter and steak frites with a roquefort sauce and a half carafe of vin rouge.
Our gastronaut described the food as excellent and returned to his hotel room later to find that, of 37 reviews on trip advisor, only two were better than "terrible".
Masterchef charlatan Greg Wallace ...
... on a tour of the city before dark.
We walked through the old quarter of Nice and up to the old Castle. Once at the top we had panoramic views of Nice which were magnificant. On return to the old quarter we searched for a place to eat and came to "Le Tapenade".
The three of us had the Menu Nicoise at €19.50. I enjoyed a salad followed by the biggest pot of mussels ever. Had to gie some to Peter and Joe as could not finish ...
... the mountains and away from the city traffic although I must admit that the drivers here are certainly more courteous towards bike riders than drivers in Oz!
After breakfasts of fresh fruit and bagettes we've usually headed to the beach. The first obstacle to negotiate at the beach is the lack of sand or plentiful supply of rocks depending which way you want to look at it! The rocks are quite ******* your feet which make negotiating the drop off ...
Nice is a beautiful city with a broad promenade along the stony beach which is crowded with holiday makers enjoying the sunshine. The sea is azure blue and the homes along the waterfront enjoy a spectacular view over the bay. This is million dollar real estate. We arrive at the hotel at about 6.30 freshen up and go out for a walk. Brenda and I enjoy a pizza with a beer (for Brenda) and a large sprite with ice ...
... br> name. The guards at “checkpoint Charlie” were going to lock her up as she took
that many photos they thought she was planning an attack.
Sunday morning we picked up the car and headed to
Hannover about 300km and spent a day and a night there before heading onto Dusselldorf about another 300km
to Wandas uncle and family.
Travelling in Germany on the Autobahn is easier than on
the single lane highways in Poland, but when ...