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... It truly was paradise. There is only one place more beautiful I have been in my life, this being Hawaii. I will get to this more later, for now, we're going to focus on my first day in Nice.
Arriving in Nice, I wasn't sure how I was going to feel about it. The weather was nice, but I arrived at 8 o'clock at night, and the sun had already gone down. Riding in the taxi, I watched the city pass by me on one side and the ocean roll ...
... back to my hostel, added some pictures on Facebook and updated my blog. Sorry this is such an uneventful blog. I've really just been chilling out and sunbathing. Tomorrow I leave for Venice at 9.30am, and it's an 8 hour train ride. Expensive too!! Grr!! I thought about doing it by bus, but it would take longer and they don't do overnight, so it would mean I would have to stop over a night in Milan or Turin and go again the next day to Venice. So this afternoon I had ...
... a few barricades up along the main pedestrian routes. I can imagine how an event like that takes over the city-This made it a little difficult to navigate the city, but we made it to the sights (namely the bluest of blues ocean). The number of boats and yachts in the ocean and the marinas was insane. Everything was prettier and shinier in Monaco. There was a shoe store where all of the ...
... on the grounds of ancient Roman ruins - an arena and acres of crumbling Roman bath houses. Matisse was a lawyer turned masterful painter. Probably not going to happen for either of us. We then hiked down the hill to the Chagall Museum. Chagall, an Orthodox Jew, is best known for his historical paintings of scenes from the Old Testament. The Museum was amazing and worth a trip to Nice! From there, we mastered the public bus system and headed off to lunch at L'Universe, ...
... boats, cars, and women which populated itīs marinaīs and roadways. As I walked out of the tunnel from the station there before me sat some of the most extravagant yachts I have seen, millions (possibly even billions) of dollars worth of floating mansions docked side by side in the sparkling waters of the harbor.
As Rodrigo and I made our way from the marina to the town itself, we were struck by the sheer volume of exotic cars in the showrooms we ...