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Today in Nice I went to the antique place to look at all the trinkets that they had. it was REDICULOUSLY expensive but still fun to look around. I bought my sister her souvenir. Ive known for months what her gift would be so it was great to finally get it. I hope she thinks it is as funny as I think it is.
I went to the beach for a while and just sat and relaxed. It was really hot and ...
... and Meli from Argentina, and hanging on the beach with Juliann from Holland, Marie Julie and Jens from Belgium has been a great way to practice French and learn about their cultures. And of course, hanging with my roommate Sarka we share Czech-U.S. information all the time. I am also constantly reminded that people really are the same wherever they come from, and as soon as you realize you have something in common with someone, ...
... the evening. I
say watched… Lizzie fell asleep sitting on the bench. There must be something
in the French air having also fell asleep at a bus stop in Paris.
On our last day in Nice, we went to visit nearby Cannes
(separate blog entry.) We finished off our trip to Nice by eating out in a
restaurant for the first time of our visit here. We ate in Chez Juliette and
indulged in a very nice three course ...
... we could go up to another lookout point for some more photos and then eat dinner! It was soooo nice there! And the dinner was alright too! I had asparagus, salmon and ice cream for dessert! Then we headed towards the Monte Carlo grand casino! It was €10 to get into but so worth it! It looked amazing inside! James Bond style :) Lauren and I decided to each put €10 into a slot machine and ...
... of growth and colours ranging from white through to an orange-red (as a result of the iron mixing with the limestone). One particularly imaginative "growth" is easy to see as a skeleton which the owners have nicknamed Jules.
The most romantic part of the cave however was the stalagmite and stalactite that are almost meeting – in fact they are now only 1 centimetre apart. As a gesture of goodwill we were ...