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... the other, smaller courthouse. As she said that, we saw three lawyers come out of the smaller courthouse to cross the square. I (and a few others) raised my camera to take a photo, but Agnès was standing right next to me and said that they must not be photographed. Apparently, if they are photographed in their robes, they can be fired. This seems a bit harsh, especially since we learned that it's nearly impossible to be fired in France, but I put my camera back in my pocket.
... it was very easy to drink. Dinner was pork belly yum yum, risotto...not so yum yum and chocolate and toffee mousse..yum yum and plenty of my new love kea. The bus trip home from the top of the mountain was very entertaining with everyone in good cheer singing and dancing in the aisle.. Great end to a another fabulous day...as always Aaron leaves the bad news till last.....another early start as we are off to Italy tomorrow ..my dreams are coming ...
... Monaco and took the high road back to Nice. This road was more through the mountain side. A bit of a slow, steady climb out of Monaco but great decent into Nice! Along the way, another diversion found as at a Medieval Castle in Eze. The castle is a major tourist attraction and has a fully functioning hotel (although I'd hate to be the porters lugging cases up and down the steep and slippery entry) several restaurants and plenty of shops.
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Nice was an unexpected adventure. I hadn't been particularly looking forward to Nice on this trip as I largely saw it as a pass through on the way to Italy. After my wild welcome to the city I woke with a bit of a headache. I ended up getting a late start to the day and just started walking without any real plan. I made my way to the beach and was enjoying the stunning blue of the water. The shores of Nice ...
Had expected this strip of coastline to impress..but.. my oh my.. well and truely over impressed!!
Arriving in by plane showed the expanse of the cities and the closeness of it all.. the area known as French riveria has 4.9 million people...It has the old town area at the base of the" hill of the Castle," a real emerald set in the city, was inhabited up
until the 16th century and then abandoned after the construction of the