Strasbourg Christmas Market was a magical and crowded place. It is a place I would want to come back on a bright spring day to enjoy the half-timbered houses and spring flowers along the river bank. The lights and decorations brought out the magic and memories of Christmas’s gone by.
We spent a short but lovely weekend in Cannes and Nice, France. We flew down to visit a boat show to see a solar powered catamaran that we are interested in. We even got to take a short cruise on it. Max was very excited and did not want to return to the dock. He says that he is willing to give up his Christmas presents for the boat fund but not his sushi. I guess you can’t fault the kid he does have to eat. There was several luxury yachts there that we could only begin to imagine the millions and millions of dollars they cost.
On Sunday we explored Old Town Nice. Loved the charm of the small alley ways and little shops. One gelato stand must of had 75+ flavors. The views of surrounding Nice were breathtaking. Mountains in the distance and blue water in the sea. We didn’t hike all the way up Castle Hill as Max wanted to get in the water. Little did we know that the beach is rocky and quite steep. A quick google search will explain if interested. The water was a bit cooler than I imagined it would be especially after such a hot summer but it was refreshing.
Needless to say we want to return. Maybe for Spring break. Maybe not to swim but to explore a bit more. #ILoveNice