Auberge de la Vignette Haute
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... so Ailan drove us along the course! So cool! Monaco is also home to the Monte Carlo. We didn't gamble or even go inside, but this is on our to-do list while here! You can see in the pictures, just how pretty the country is. Speaking of how beautiful the country is, their prison is along the ocean! If you are going to get arrested - I suggest trying to do so in (or at least get transferred to) Monaco.
As we were walking back to our car to ...
Today we had a half day tour of the rock (old) area of Monaco. We went to a good sightseeing vantage point and took photos. Next the bus parked in a garage and we took escalators and a lift and finally ended higher up. We walked through a public garden (probably the only bit of garden in Monaco). We saw where Princess Grace and Prince Rainer were married. It was a lovely church. We ended up in the square outside of the ...
... Cream Shop. There were 92 choices of ice creams, so it took everyone some time to select, but it was worth the wait. Some interesting flavours on offer were beer, mojito, kinder surprise, rose, lemon meringue, cactus, thyme and tomato-basilic. We headed back to the car, resisting another dip in the fountains and made the trip back to Grasse for a BBQ dinner. We all enjoyed Nice and my guess is we will visit again sometime in the future. By ...
... 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 ...
... salami and GF crackers) and walking around in the sun some more. It feels like a French Cinque Terre (hooray!) and one of the best parts is how not-crowded it is. After thoroughly exploring the town, I head back to Nice, planning to get a bus to VilleFranche sur mer for some swimming. The bus drops me in a town bit with the sea tantalisingly visible but far below. I head downwards and arrive at the docks with no swimming area in sight, ...