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French Riviera (Part2)

by greenrabbitdesigns

Thank you all for the lovely welcome back and it doesn’t seem so bad being home again now that the sun has decided to shine!

Everything seems so much better when the sun shines!

So I’m here today with the second part of my holiday pictures, the photos today are from St Jean, Beaulieu sur Mer and Nice.

Thank you for staying with me, there were quite a lot of photos today! They included one of my favourite places to visit when in the south of France, the fruit and flower market in Nice on a Saturday morning! I just wish I could share the scents with you too, the smell of lavender in the air is so amazing!

Just one more batch of photos to come (I promise) and then I will have recorded all of my holiday, thank you for bearing with me!

Happy Tuesday, hope the sun is shining on you wherever you are! 🙂

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Mia May 22, 2012 - 11:38 am

Oh my, sun shines here too, but I’m sure I would be warmer and prettier next to those blue waters, palm trees and Chanel 🙂 Beautiful, beautiful again, Vivienne, and I SO would love to visit there one day.

Just in case again: I’m sending some sun your way, we have plenty (again) today!


Gina May 22, 2012 - 11:52 am

Such glorious photos! At least we’ve got sunshine today.

Margaret May 22, 2012 - 1:10 pm

It looks like paradise. Loved the picture show – the Chanel window display wow! I love the fruit and flower markets here too. I still get a kick out of seeing the lemons and oranges growing on trees.
What are those pink powders? I had my nose on the screen but still could not make it out.
No wonder you didn’t want to come home

Simone May 22, 2012 - 4:57 pm

Thank you for giving us all a taste of your wonderful holiday! I can almost smell those juicy lemons! Was that flavoured sugar in the wooden boxes? We never see anything like that here in the UK. I would love to go to the South of France one day. It is so me!!! x

Amanda May 22, 2012 - 5:11 pm

These pictures are just what I needed to look at! Raining here non-stop and these warm sunny pictures brightened my day 🙂

Patty May 22, 2012 - 5:17 pm

It looks great Vivienne, super pictures, I get excited about the fruit & veg stalls. Hey what’s the pink powdery or spicey looking things?
Having a reasonable week here in the sun, hope you are too. Sally x

Jane May 22, 2012 - 7:50 pm

They are lovely to see Vivienne, the market must be wonderful. Your sea photos look so inviting…I could dive right in. You have certainly brought the lovely weather home, we even ate dinner in the garden tonight..1st time this year ;0)
Jane x

harmony and rosie May 22, 2012 - 8:07 pm

Beautiful, so beautiful. Mind you, the sun really did come out today and it tipped 27.5 deg here so if I closed my eyes and sniffed my bedside lavender bags I could easily have been there with you 😉

tinajo May 23, 2012 - 7:46 pm

Oh WOW – looks just amazing! Hope to see it myself one day! 🙂

Susan May 23, 2012 - 8:57 pm

Hello Vivienne…My goodness, I think you have been to paradise…such beautiful photographs…I seem to have missed Part 1 so I have to go and find it now! It’s a good job the sun has been shining for you on your return….just to ease you back in gently!
Susan x

Lola Nova May 23, 2012 - 10:35 pm

Ooh, just catching up on all of your lovely photos! it looks wonderful, the farmers looks like it would be one of my favorite spots as well. An yes, everything is better when the sun shines! Welcome home!

Gill May 25, 2012 - 9:06 am

Mmm, I could almost smell that lavender, along with all the other scents of France – I love driving down to the South as the scents change the nearer you get as does the level of heat!
The food in the markets looks amazing and so fresh.
Thankyou for sharing these lovely photos – I yearn to go again, but with hubby working most of the summer its unlikely this year. So I shall just have to come back here for a fix and dream!
Gill xx

thelinencat June 15, 2012 - 5:32 pm

Love the way you have just posted photos, it’s a really nice way to share your holiday and I am just a teeny, weeny bit jealous now as it looks really lovely. The French radish caught my eye as I’ve been trying to grow some in the garden but the pesky snails get them every time they germinate. I’m determined to grow some, they always make me think of Peter Rabbit, not sure why as I’m sure he’s munching on carrots not radish. Bethx

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