Le Havre to Eze
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Could we do Eze and St Paul in one day? If poosible which one should we see first?Hi there, cruisingallover. Sandy here from the 28 day TA to Copenhagen cruise. I'm keeping the roll call lists for the meet and greets. Maxine (HappyNewbie) just sent me an e-mail asking if you want your names on your name tags or just your initials as you originally posted in the forum. Haven't seen much activity from you in our forum so did a message search and see you are booked on a cruise in June. You really do cruise all over - how lucky you are.
It would be appreciated if you could send me an email at [email protected] to let us know if you are coming to our M&Gs on April 25 and May 13 in Skywalkers from 11-12. Did you cancel this voyage?
Hope you don't think my message is an intrusion. We are just trying to make sure the lists and name tags are up to date. Thanks for your help.
Sandy (also from TO)
Could we do Eze and St Paul in one day? If poosible which one should we see first?The answer would be Yes, but the details would be somewhat dependent on your hours in port. Both Eze and St Paul de Vence are not directly accessible by train which means both would have to be train-bus combinations if you want to use public transit. Buses to Eze from Nice run on a somewhat limited schedule which can be a royal pain since much time can be lost with connections. The easiest way to do both St Paul de Vence and Eze would be to rent a car and drive yourselves...assuming you are comfortable driving in France. With a car you might even have enough time to stop at Nice (again this depends on your hours in port). Driving in this part of France is not too difficult although traffic along the coastal road can be nasty (there is an alternative inland autostrade (interstate type highway). Renting a GPS takes a lot of the stress out of driving (we think GPS has saved our marriage and is a no-brainer option. I can probably work-out the public transit issues and give you a schedule, but you will lose a lot of time waiting for buses plus be forced to adhere to a somewhat rigid schedule. Another factor regarding using a car is that there is easy parking at St Paul de Vence (there is a large indoor parking garage just outside the walls) and Eze has a parking lot right in front of the entrance (it can sometimes take a while to get a spot).