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... crazy built up city skyline. Just before we Hit the campsite, we pass the welcome to Italy sign - **** that wasn't planned haha! Met with another completo - but with a smile followed by 'wait we might have a spot you can fit...' We end up in the campervan carpark. Against a fence, so we managed to get the awning and tent - expensive as hell but who cares - we are out of the traffic for now! Campsite - carpark and pay ...
I got back to Nice and luckily the train came right into Nice Ville station which is a two minute walk from the hostel. I stopped at the hostel to chill for a few minutes and then went out to get a bite to eat. There is a really good kebab shop near the hostel called Mister Kebab, so I was happy to get a chicken kebab at a pretty good deal, especially in Nice where everything is so expensive.
When I got back ...
... way. I spent the time on the bus tracking which stops we were at so we could get off at the right place. Kaptain spent his time looking for topless sunbathers at the beach :). He saw two.
The bus dropped us smack right in the middle of Downtown. There were three wheeled bikes, being driven by college students for sort of a pedi-taxi. We asked one if he spoke English. He said yes. So we had him take us on ...
... max.) on the tour, we were the only Aussies and the rest were Americans. After being collected we travelled from Nice passing through Villefranche/ Cap Ferrat a beautiful bay to Eze. Eze is the cutest 10th century mediaval village with cobblestone tiny alleyways filled with the most geogeous little shops. Mum has told me numerous times that this was her favourite stop on the tour. We then went to Fragonard, one of the ...
... night to check it out and see all the famous places that we have read about over the years. We left the Silver Beast at home and opted for the train, which was about a 15 minute walk from our hotel. The train ride itself from Juan Les Pins to Cannes was also about 15 minutes. The Cannes train station is a few blocks off the action, but once we hit the main drag it was full on glitz and glamour. The road was busy and full of really expensive cars, I ...