Residence Nice Fleurs
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... the foyer of the original casino but weren't interested in paying to go to the gaming rooms. You can get a good look thru the doorway though.
I have shortlisted my next vehicle to two options, a stunning McLaren Mercedes or a cream convertible with burgundy soft top.
People drive thru this street past the casino just to show off their cars.
We left fantasy land after I browsed in a few jewellery windows next door because I could.
Our mission was to ...
... and off to Nice. We didn't spend much time in the large cities of Nice and Cannes, while we headed more to the countryside around them.
We enjoyed a beautiful view at lunch chez Baroness de Rothschild - her villa on the St Jean Cap Ferret had amazing views to Nice and Monaco, and very nice ...
... we stopped at, the ruins there are some of the oldest in France however Turkey ruined all ruins for us but it was enjoyable at least to get out an about in this town.
As we arrived into the Cote d’Azur, the hotspot on the tourist radar for the south coast of France, the scenery changed rapidly, lots of high rise development, tons of beach chairs and people everywhere. We ...
... 000 students, one of the largest in France and it dates back to the 18th C. The Second Court of Appeal is here also.
We visited Sainte Sauveur Cathedral and the baptistry. The knave is 14th century. The 17th C green organ was quite impressive with 3000 pipes and 42 stops. The organ on the left is real and the one on the right is trompe l'oeil (painted).
Cezanne was born here and he became friends with Zola where they met at ...
... come and asked, "Does that go to the train station?" Apparently, they couldn't find it either
Out hotel was a Marriott on one of the harbors on the edge of Monaco. At $450 per night, it was practically the slums of Monte Carlo. But we had a lovely balcony overlooking the harbor with its fancy yachts and the Mediterranean so it was quite ritzy for us common folk. We had a delicious dinner at the Marriott restaurant and then Kaylee and I shared a Strawberry Daiquiri ...