Postcards from Nice

Last week I decided to do a little morning walk around town. I usually do not go out that early unless I have some errands to run, but that morning the weather was so nice, and I thought it would be great to break the routine even if it was just for a day.

I decided to take my breakfast in a boulangerie, and then to walk around the flower market, at Cours Saleya, that was just opening, and after that to walk along the Promenade des Anglais.

I enjoyed the soft breeze of spring and sunny blue sky, but I also really liked that there were few people around and you can really take your time to appreciate the landscapes and to walk without bumping into the people in the market.

So here there are some of my favorite pictures of that morning.

La semana pasada decidí salir a caminar por la mañana. Generalmente no salgo tan temprano al menos que tenga que ir hacer algún mandado, pero ese dia el clima estaba tan rico que pensé que seria super de salir un poco de la rutina aunque fuera por una mañana.

Decidí ir a desayunar a una boulangerie, y despues caminar alrededor del mercado de flores en Cours Saleya que estaba apenas abriendo, y luego terminar la caminata por la Promenade des Anglais.

Me encanto disfrutar de la suave briza primaveral, el cielo azul, pero tambien me encanto que no había mucha gente en la calle y podía tomarme mi tiempo de realmente apreciar el paisaje o caminar por el mercado sin tanta gente.

Asi que aqui tienen algunas de mis fotos preferidas de esa mañana.

 

 

 

I hope you enjoyed this little morning walked as much as I did.

Espero que hayan disfrutado este pequeño paseo matinal tanto como yo.

 

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