Auberge du Colombier
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... beach road" at Nice and it looked rather picturesque. The "beach" was quite a few kilometres long. Of course it was really pebbles but the water looked so very clear and a lovely colour. Soon we stopped for lunch in the old town of Nice. This was a rather unexpected treat or us. We quickly found a shop that sold baguettes and bought one that was a whole lot bigger than we thought it would be. John also had an ice cream. Next we ducked through the arch, crossed ...
... as well make the most of it and have been having my own little picnics for lunch.
Today I went to Cannes to look around so might do a separate blog about that. I'm not sure what Internet access will be like over the next few days as I'm boarding a cruise ship tomorrow for the next 4 nights. Hopefully I'll be back in touch from lovely ports along the coast soon, ( I know it's, a tough life) then the grand finale will be my Grand Prix post.
... to the carpark to attempt a lap of the track as you do! We got into second gear a few times, but there was a traffic jam from the gasworks hairpin all the way across the start finish line, through Saint Devote corner and up the hill to the fast left hander into Casino Square, except we were creeping in first gear.The TV coverage does not really show how blind some of the corners are and how narrow the entry into the Square is between the Hotel de Paris and ...
... the rocks, beautiful beaches, skyscrapers and palaces – one of the best drives I reckon you could do. As we only had one evening in Nice, Ash and I chose to skip trying to check out all that Nice had to offer, and instead focus on a smaller target – Monaco. The train ride only took half an hour, but it was like stepping in to another world. Monaco is, quite simply, a ...
Off we set for breakfast at a French café where we had waffles with jam and cream. Wandered back to the hotel and had coffee with the others then set off to the Promenade des Anglais. We went down to the beach and while the boys had a drink Julie and I played in the water just to say we splashed around in the French Riviera and got splashed by a big wave.
Our driver picked us up early afternoon and took us to ...