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St Paul de Vence

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When we arrive at the Nice airport, we should clear bye noon and have a 5 1/2 window before being able to enter.

I had thought of spending time in Nice or Cagnes-Sur-Mer, but with 3 cars and eight people, I THINK parking could be difficult.

That leaves me with visiting St Paul de Vance.

Seems like it would take a half hour to get there and then allow an hour to get too our villa which is on the near side of Nice.

That allows 4 hours to visit and while we have been there before, none of the others have.

Does that sound like a plan, or does anyone have another solution for us to consider?

Thanks

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