Friday, 14 April 2017

EsTrails: Last Day in Nice, France

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Hello beautiful earthlings!

How have you been? I hope life is treating you well so far. I have a Flashback Friday kinda post. Since I procrastinated a lot with my travel blog post, I finally am posting the last one from my Nice trip back in October 2016.

Selfie before brunch at La Fontaine, Nice
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We started off the day with a selfie while waiting for our food to arrive.

Brunch at La Fontaine

We had our brunch at La Fontaine. We ordered crepes and omelette.

Le Negresco

After our brunch, we walked around Promenade des Anglais towards to Le Negresco.  We wanted to see what the interior was like but there was a note saying that only hotel guests can come in.  So we only admired the hotel from the outside.

Musée Massena

We then headed to Musée Massena.  The exterior was just beautiful. If I were rich, I'd want a place like this to live in haha!  Entrance to the museum is free if you are a student so make sure to bring your student ID with you.

The ground floor interior was amazing! They had a beautiful dining area and wooden library that just took my inner Belle's breath away.

The museum had a number of historical artefacts and paintings by famous artists which will amaze culture and art enthusiasts.

Amorino Gelateria in Nice

Macarons and gelato in Amorino

We headed to Amorino to get macarons as presents for our loved ones home. It was such a huge mistake to put it in my luggage as it melted there 😓. We also stopped by at LAC and I treated myself with a mille feuille and a macaron.

Lou Phila Leva

Socca and rosé at Lou Phila Leva

We had one main goal while we were in Nice which was to try their local food called socca. Basically it is a chickpea flatbread that is very similar to a crepe. We had this at this at Lou Phila Leva located in Vieux Nice. A small glass of rosé was only €1! And the socca was just €2 so it was a no brainer to try it out.

After a full day of walking around, we headed out to our apartment and napped then it was time for us to get the bus to the airport. I left Nice with a heavy heart of not wanting to leave. I loved this beautiful and charming little city.  Food was SO good and cheap. Public transport was so dead cheap that we could not get over that it is just €1.70!

I would love to go back again and I highly recommend it.

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That's it for me for now. I hope you guys are finding the "good" in Good Friday. I am off work so I managed to spend time on this blog post.  Also, I have been into bullet journalling lately. I am thinking of doing a giveaway to those who are into stationery like me.

Peace & Love,
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