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... are always a few lovely exceptions, and anyway I think there's a reason the French think they're so awesome. It's because they are. While the day turned to night a crowd began to congregate in an open, square under strung lights and I realized a Salsa dance floor was about to exist out of thin air. Every person that gathered was not sitting around idly waiting for it all to begin, or socializing over wine at ...
... Sheiks and Russian Oligarchs that called it their second or third home (or simply a tax haven) and make our way to our next stop, Eze (thanks for the suggestion, Grammy and PopPop). After a few minutes following the winding roads hugging the cliffside we were in Eze, here forward to be known as "the photo opportunity of the Gods" as with every turn through town and as you climbed higher and higher, the views and obligatory photos only got better and better. After ogling ...
A more relaxing day today. We headed into Nice and by chance
parked next to the only museum we planned to visit. It was closed on Tuesdays!
As were the two art galleries we thought we might like to visit. Bad planning!
So the rest of the day was spent walking along the Promenade
Anglais (along the waterfront), where each bit of pebbly beach had a different
name every 100 metres! There were even restaurants set up on some of the
beaches. It was another ...
... them. Finally we came to the Sentier Littoral, the walking path around the cape. The views were superb, but unlike our other hikes, we encountered a lot of people. After lunch at a beach, we headed back across the peninsula to Juan-les-Pins, for a total of almost 9 miles (easy ones compared to our previous hikes).
In town, I saw some shoes I want, but the store was ...
... on! We had to meet in reception at 4:20. The bus took us to a perfumery which was good to learn a little bit about how perfume is made. And of course we got to buy some perfumes at factory prices, winning!! Then we headed to Monaco! We stopped off at the Monaco castle and got a view of the racecourse that's been used for F1. Then off to the casino!!! I was extremely excited to hit the roulette tables! Got there, walked in, and was ...