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Page 24 of 67 25 J U L Y / A U G U S T 2 0 1 6 rocky outcropping nearly 4,500 feet above the Mediterranean some 30 miles away. A succession of noblemen owned the castle for centuries. When we arrived, the town was teeming with sightseers, bicyclists and hikers. After a pass through its shop-lined streets, I ventured outside the walls, down past a herd of sheep in a wooded glen and on to an alpine trail that leads to the nearby River Loup. At week's end, I had really gotten to know Nice. To become such a fan of Antibes, Eze, St. Paul de Vence and Gourdon, as well, was a sim- ple reminder that some things in life can only be found in travel. 8 0 0 - 3 4 0 - 5 1 5 8 W W W. G O C O L L E T T E . C O M Olives are a mainstay at Antibes' Le March Provencal. Ol Ol l iv iv iv es es a a re re a a m m ai ai a ns s ta ta ta y y at at A A nt nt nt ib ib ib es es e ' ' Le Le e M M M ar a ch ch P P ro ro ve nc al al . Olives are a mainstay at Antibes' Le March Provencal. Sheep graze beneath ancient Gourdon. Cyclists frequent panoramic Gourdon.

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