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... was built in honor of Saint Reparata. Legend says the Romans apparently beheaded her, placed her body in a boat, but then angel's breath blew her to shores of Nice. The Cathedral was erected in modern Gothic style and has elaborate decorations throughout. Then it was back to the boat for a nice dinner!
France is everything I imagined it would be! With people riding bikes with little dogs in ...
... only see the cars is designated paid areas. It was awesome for me as a race fan to see the F1 cars out on track at Monaco. I was half way through my breakfast when I heard the first cars roar up the hill. I didn't even finish my plate, it was straight out to the track.
I'm now sitting in my cabin on a luxury cruise ship and we left harbour about an hour ago. We are off to Portafino tomorrow. It's a great trip so far.
Tonight we also did a side trip to the principality of Monaco. Initially, our trip was slightly delayed, as on our way home from Nice a public bus pulled out and into our lane, and caught the mirror on the right-hand side of the Top Deck bus; which meant we had to sit and wait for almost an hour while the insurance paperwork was sorted out (as it had to be done on the spot). Before hitting the casinos, we walked up to the Palace via ...
... but I made it and showed my swimming skills a little lol. I even had time to have my lunch brown bread and honey mmmm the budgeting is going exceptionally well thanks to the free breakfast at the hostel. Me and Anna met back up at the tourist office in the square an headed over to Cannes where the rich and no so famous dwell. Well thats what it look and the type of shops down there would indicate that too. I had a ...
... discovered that besides the super yachts, fashion and beautiful people St Tropez is famous for, it also is infamous for its lengthy traffic delays. With 1 road in and out of the peninsula village, traffic jams are known to take 4 hours to navigate. Plus we read, car parking could cost 40€. With this in mind, we decided to park at Sainte Maxime and catch the shuttle ferry across the bay. This worked out well - boats depart every 15 ...