Hostel Faubourg Montmartre
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... my way -- standing, and with dozens of other passengers -- on my way to Monaco.
It was an absolutely gorgeous morning and ridiculously warm on the bus. I ended up standing by one of the back doors, so I at least had a good view the whole way. The bus took the coastal road (which I think is called the Lower Corniche), and it went by Cap-Ferrat, Villefranche-sur-Mer, Beaulieu-sur-Mer (one of the filming locations for "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels"), and other beautiful ...
... every other flower you could imagine, being sold for only a few euro. Dried meats and salamis hung from butchers stalls and miniature artworks were sold on makeshift tables. It was beautiful. We weren't very hungry, so instead we opted to get some fresh berries and figs (fresh figs! The luxury!) and to go down to the pebbly beach. The beach had big hard river stones that were treacherous on the ankles. If we were staying longer, I would have invested in crocs which people ...
... wear to go it, so we didn't bet it all on black this trip.
We traveled back to Nice and found a nice café on the beach for drinks as the sun was going down over the Mediterranean. I had a gin and tonic and J had a nice muscat
de Provance. Dinner was at a French restaurant called Acchiardo, but
not that good. The crème caramel and Armagnac
were much better than the food.
... and strolled around the city a bit before retiring back to our hotel.
On Day 2, we were pretty sad to learn that it was pouring rain -- the fact that we didn't have rain gear was also a downfall. To start off the day (which was actually around 11) we decided to head to a bar named Wayne's that Bridget's sister had visited while she was visiting Nice. It was an international bar, so the workers all spoke English and their menu ...
... wealth in Nice and the surrounding areas than Avignon where we had previously been. The streets were much cleaner and the whole city had a more open and lively feel about it. We made our way to the hostel which was about a 15min walk from the station in the direction of the beach. We checked in and familiarised ourselves with the hostel. It appeared that almost every second person at the hostel was Australian, which was a bit of a bummer. As we had arrived right in the heat of the ...