Auberge du Colombier
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Today we went to Eze Village which is another medieval perched Village two train stops away from Villefranche. We decided to take the bus, for the experience, and was it ever! When the 100 Bus arrived (which goes from Nice to Menton on the Italian border), it was packed with people so we thought we wouldn't be able to board. But the driver opened the back door and we squeezed on....Paul with his back to the door and he had to be careful not to fall out each time ...
A leisurely start this morning. Overcast with occasional showers. The first rain we have seen since leaving home two weeks ago.
We caught the tram up toward the Gare in the main shopping precinct, and then wandered our way back down in the general direction of the apartment. We found a Coffee shop, and while queuing up for Deborah and Liam met up with us. It has been great having Deb as an ...
... to accommodate its 96 flavors (think cactus, apple, avo, mojito, tomato, mango, rose, m&m... Ok, I'll stop now) and explored the rocky and chalky beach (evidently, the universe ran out of sand by the time it got to France). Armed with our bright red hostel t-shirts, a group of us went on the guided (thus making it educational and permissible, as opposed to an excuse to consume alcohol) pub crawl. We shan't go into details, but I got lost in ...
... of energy we decided to catch some z's. The next morning we headed off to Cannes, short a Mary Margaret who had a terrible migraine. :( In Cannes, the five of us headed to the lovely SANDY beach where I met Richard, a great guy from Switzerland (born in New Zealand but raised in Kent, UK and now working near Interlaken) who joined us for a delicious lunch at yet another scrumptious Italian restaurant (with amazing pesto ravioli!!). Following lunch we wandered up the hill ...