I'll let the pictures of St Paul de Vence speak for themselves, for the most part. I found the town to be really beautiful, a town so tiny that there pretty much is one road that you can drive on in there, and it's not that much of a drive.
I also visited La Petite Cave de Saint-Paul, a small, basement wine shop selling a lovely selection of wines (some were quite exclusive, including wine from the vineyards of the modern art museum, which I disdained to buy because of the cost). I ended up buying rosé and two wines from Languedoc.
Anyway, here are some of my pictures from St. Paul de Vence, starting with a picture of St Paul de Vence from the outside:
|St Paul de Vence|
|The vineyards below St Paul de Vence|
|The cat's hiding from me! Good to know, since I have allergies to them!|
|A series of steps from the perimeter of the town, where the defensive wall is, to the center.|
|La Petite Cave de Saint-Paul|
|The Church Tower|
|Lucy's Diner! Complete with hamburgers, french fries, and Coca Cola.|
|The street outside the town, where the bus stop and La Columbe D'Or (restaurant worth visiting) are|