Nice France Holiday
Series Title:The Illustrated Diaries of Llewelyn Pritchard
Copyright 2010 Llewelyn Pritchard
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Nice France Holiday A short-break budget holiday. Brighten-up your days and nights (even on a rainy, misty day) by enjoying all the Fun of the Carnival along the Promenade Anglais; the Flower Market; Parcs; Harbour and Old Nice in this whistle-stop, rambling tour of a short-break budget holiday in Nice, France.
See the King Franc throttling the new Euro currency on a carnival float on The French Riviera!!!
Learn about the great influence The Roman Empire had upon this part of the Mediterranean world and discover their ancient treasures in the Parks of this great city.
Enjoy the cascading waterfalls high up in the hills and feast your eyes and senses on the stunning Flower Market in the old part of the city where you can stroll along its medieval streets, stop off to browse through Provencal clothes and fabrics laced with lavender or just relax and watch the world go by from your outside seat at one of the many cafes, bars or restaurants in the area.
Last but not least, I hope you will enjoy my rambling personal meniors and don't forget, you may want to save yourself lots of money by booking into the Mont Alban Auberg de Jeunesse (Youth Hostel) with good food, comfortable beds and breath-taking views of the city below.
This site is dedicated to obtaining justice for Erica Anitoff Williams, four and a half years and her young father Arthur Eric Williams, 27 years who died in their Labrador Development Company home, Port Hope Simpson in acrimonious, suspicious circumstances in the early hours of 3 February 1940. The R.C.M.P (Royal Canadian Mounted Police) Serious Crimes Unit, Gander, Newfoundland in 2002, opened up their own investigation about the deaths. If you know anything at all about what happened please do not hesitate in contacting your local RCMP detachment or the police force of jurisdiction in your area. If you live outside Canada, please contact your local police service and ask them to make a request for assistance from the appropriate Canadian law enforcement agency. The main RCMP website address is http:/www.rcmp.ca or Email me!