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The country of France is literally filled with medieval cities, alpine villages, and glorious beaches. Vineyards and wines make it world famous, as do the many classical museums and monuments. Ancient caves with prehistoric drawings, theatres and palaces, art galleries and eclectic villages – there is something for everyone in this amazing country!
While you may think that the region of Champagne only relates to the fizzy drink, you will find more there than just grapes. The area is an oasis of cute villages and fine historical heritage. It covers five districts and has large towns of Reims and Épernay as you pass through.
There are many champagne houses where you are able to taste, and even have a candlelight dinner in the cellar.
It is a great idea to take an RV along this route, there are many camp sites you can stop at and spend a day or two.
You can drive for as many days as you please along the route, and stop overnight in any small village.
You will find two floors packed with jellyfish, piranhas, and sharks – and many more species of fish. This is a monstrous collection of sea life, all in one place, with millions of cubic liters of water behind the glass plates.
There are interactive displays for the kids, and interesting facts to be learned at every stage.
Be prepared to spend most of the day there. There are places where you can buy snacks.
Take a rickshaw tour of the city of Nice! It’s a great way to see the city and admire the views without having to drive. You can see attractions and restaurants. Interesting places such as Massena Square, L’Opera, the Old Town and the House of Matisse will enthrall you as you glide past.
These tours normally last between 30 minutes and 2 hours. They will pick you up right at your hotel and drop you back off again.
This 18th century mansion is ranked as one of the city’s most beautiful museums. There are more than 6000 of Rodin’s statues, along his works of The Thinker, and The Gates of Hell.
There are private collections here of famous people such as Taryn Simon, Christian Boltanski, and Gerhard Richter, to name but a few.
The gardens feature a rose garden, fountains and a very pleasant outdoor area where you may eat lunch while admiring the views.
There are often special exhibitions during the year, and these you will be able to find out online. Be prepared to spend most of the day there as there is plenty to see.
It is said that it was the gardens that inspired some of the best work of Monet. Monet transformed the abandoned plot of land into what is now world famous. Monet thrived in his garden, and it was a huge inspiration in his work. Monet spent his life from 1883 in Giverny, and was in fact, never very far from his precious garden. He lived there until his death in 1926 and was known as ‘the painter, the father, the gardener, and the man who would never leave Giverny’
Skip the lines and book your tickets online so you can enter without delay.
Allow yourself a half day to explore the wonderful garden and then explore the town, which is fascinating.