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We enjoyed the most breath-taking views along the French Riviera. We drove along the mountain road that took us to Èze. There, we toured the Fragonard perfume factory and then climbed up the mountain path to Èze village. We took a lot of photos. Martine then drove us to Monte Carlo, where we saw the changing of ...
... clothes, I did purchase a dress & crossed my fingers that it fit.
Returned to the house to have lunch & what a lunch it was! Fresh radishes, fennel, mortadella from Italy, celery slaw, baguette, rotisserie chicken ~ I know I'm missing a few items, but managed to eat my way around the table!
We had been going non-stop, so the afternoon was a leisure one.
For dinner the ...
... commentary. Over walking with blisters & only 8 euro each we find a seat. It's not really a train it has wheels & Grant comments it's like the trains in the park when your a kid. It's about an hour through the old town of Nice & up a lookout point that used to be a fortress castle. It stops up the lookout for 10 minutes to take photos. Nice view of the French Rivera. On the way back it drives down the promenade & we watch the paragliders take off ...
... views up and down the coast.
We continued into the Principality of Monaco, firstly visiting the Palace, Cathedral and Oceanographic Museum (of Jacques Cousteau) upon 'the rock’. The legacy of Princess Grace is still paramount. The Palace is bewitching with damask lined walls, gold gilt furniture, family portraits and gifts from various dignitaries. The cathedral holds the graves of the Grimaldi family since ...
For breakfast we returned to the Flower Market because the Chez Therese stand offers specialties of the Nice cuisine. We had a tarte de blettes sucre ( a Swiss chard and apple tart with powdered sugar) and socca, a chickpea flour crepe. The socca arrived by motorbike specially fitted for delivery. The socca is about 24 inches diameter, and Therese sprinkles it with olive oil, cuts wedges and wraps them in paper for serving. She poured a mound of black pepper ...