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Eze, France - December 21-31 ... Need trip ideas

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Yes, we know the weather may not be the greatest. :o)

That said, my family and I burn both ends of the candle day in and day out with jobs, two kids in school and all their extra-curricular activities. We purposefully looked for a place to use as a base that would force us to slow down and just enjoy each other's company. What we envision is day trips to more lively places in the area and returning in the evenings to enjoy a few quiet hours. We've reserved a 2-bedroom apartment at the Eza Vista for our entire stay. We have a 14-year-old son who is a Latin scholar and very much interested in all things Roman and a 4-year-old daughter who simply enjoys being outside. To make things more interesting, our 4yo daughter has celiac disease, which means she cannot consume gluten (wheat, barley, rye, oats or derivatives thereof).

What would be good day trips? Best means of transportation? We were thinking trains and buses. We're all physically fit and walking is of no concern. What about Christmas? Any festivals? Church services?

This is our first trip to France and I can't really get a good feel for what to do and where to go by reading book after travel book. Thanks!!

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