After Barcelona, we headed on over to Nice, France. For those of you who don't know, it isn't pronounced nice, like you are a nice person.....it is pronounced like "niece," like my nieces and nephews. No matter how it is pronounced, it is a gorgeous, gorgeous place. If I had to live there for the rest of my life, I would be more than pleased. Ocean, French culture, warm weather, great food....what more could you want?
We got another surprise from our hotel in Nice. Kinda cheesy but still fun. :) They also left us two bottles of tomato and olive spread to put on a baguette. Thanks NH hotel!
One thing that I love about Europe is how people play music on the streets, metro, all over the place. Check this cool French dude out on his accordian.....
This man was sitting up by one of the scenic view spots. He was just chilling out and playing his little accordion to make some money. The music was really good and he totally set the mood. I told Nate that I definitely feel like I am Europe right now. It was just perfect.
An orange tree just planted right on the side of the street that was full of oranges. In fact, there were orange trees lining both sides of the street. I love fruit trees and I don't get to see a tree full of oranges very often. I kept on thinking, well who gets to pick and eat the fruit if it isn't on anyones property?
On one of our days in Nice, we took a drive to some surrounding towns that were recommended to us to go and see. One of them was a little medieval town called St. Paul de Vence, that was full of art galleries. The whole town had artists working in the little rooms with their art displayed all over. What a great place to live and be an artist with all the amazing views and scenery! Such a cute place!