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Where to grab a bite in Nice

Finding that perfect place to eat at various times in the day is great fun when you have such a mix of cultures, residents and visitors in a town like Nice. 1,321 more words

French Riviera

Nice to see you...but not naked, thanks.

You get to see more, I think, when you travel solo. You don’t have to hide your sneaky peeks at people behind your shades, for one (oh come ON…we’ve all done it…) But today, there are some sights I don’t necessarily want to gaze at for too long. 638 more words



For the past three posts, we’ve been exploring a stretch of the French Riviera from the village of Villefranche-sur-Mer. There’s a nearby attraction that deserves a great deal of attention, just on the other side of Monte Alban to the east: Nice. 464 more words



We took the cycle path from Villeneuve-Loubet into Nice, all the way to the far side of the Vieux Port, 10 miles each way. The Vieux Port in Nice is a smaller version of Vieux Port in Marseille surrounded with beautiful old buildings. 415 more words

Campervan Travels

Cote d'Azur (Nice, Villefranche-sur-Mer, Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat), France

This post will cover two days of traveling in the Cote d’Azur (Sept. 14-15).

Before leaving Copenhagen, I made a last stop at Andersen Bakery. There was an option to buy three mini-pastries, so I got wienerbrød with gooseberries, wienerbrød with rhubarb, and spandauer with creme (custard). 1,639 more words



15 sections of free public beach alternate with 15 private beaches

On Promenade des Anglais

Located on the south-east coast of France on the Mediterranean Sea, Nice is the second-largest French city on the Mediterranean coast. 451 more words

Where to Eat ~ the Classics 

Every year there are a range of new exciting, hip & hopeless restaurants that open in Nice chasing the tourists & the locals. Some will last and some will fade. 510 more words

French Riviera