Nice – Peyton

  • Nice is pronounced “niece” in French
  • Nice is the fifth most populated city in France with a population of about 1 million
  • The first known human settlements in the Nice area date back about 400,000 years
  • The avg. high temperature in Nice for october is 69 degrees, so it will be relatively warm there
  • In some areas there are dense forests, but for the most parts the trees are scattered around
  • Among tourists, Nice is the second most popular city, after Paris
  • Before people started to build things in Nice, it was just a big long beach area
  • In the 17th-18th centuries, the Spanish used to go to Nice as their winter vacations
  • Nice sits between two bays
  • If you were to take a train from Paris to Nice it would only take you six hours.

Author: Jennie.Denney

Jennie lives in Southern California with her husband and four children. She loves to travel, write poetry, and be by the water. She received a certificate of the Bible through Torchbearers Bible School, attended Hope International University for her undergrad, received a certificate in Spiritual Formation through the Apprentice Experience at Friends University, and a Masters in Pastoral Studies. She has written Soul Cries: A Book of Poems, Soul Cries: A Journal, and her newest book is Shaping the Soul: An Artist Collective. She owns and manages, where she writes a weekly blog with stories, practices, and lessons she is learning, to help her readers know they are not alone in their own becoming and encouraging them to connect with God. Follow her on IG @jennie.denney and Pinterest @jenniferpdenney.

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