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Left this morning Genora where Christopher Columbus was born, stopping in Pisa...Amazing Leaning Tower...lots of pics. Left Italy Travelling thru over 170 Tunnels thr the mountains. We're going to Monte Carlo tomorrow night for dinner...passed it today with all the yatchs in the Harbour
Have a free day tomorrow..will stroll the beaches on the French Reviere.
Weather has been great since ...
... to make the manoeuvre half way up I heard a deep sound of crunching I had come to a standstill !
By this point half a dozen people had assembled, two. of which were an elderly couple which I assumed were the owners ( turns out they were the retired parents of the present owner, their son, who was also assisted by his son, who spoke fluent english ) and started indicating either they had ...
We arrived in Nice around 10:15 AM and dropped our bags off at our Nice hotel (Residence Nice). Then we headed to the train station to go to Monaco for the day.
Please refer to Monaco.
After Monaco, we arrived back in Nice around 5:30 PM and checked into our hotel. There was a Russian church around 20 minutes walk away from our hostel. Since the downtown area was somewhat far away ...
... for 3.40 euro... Yeah boy!After that we continued on
our walk and relaxed. We bought some Pringles at a supermarket for the
plane. New flavour - roast chicken and herbs. Eventually we
headed back for our luggage and walked 30 seconds to the bus stop on
promenade des anglais - this would take us straight to the airport.The bus eventually came and so many people wanted to get on - and with luggage.. yeah this would be tight. We both had to stand - for the most part ...
... when Nice became a popular seaside resort (bit like Brighton / Blackpool I guess only better) it was to enjoy the mild winter climate but not to go to the beach, so I guess pebbles were not an issue. Impressively these early turn of the century tourists took the initiative one bleak winter when there were many struggling beggars, of facilitating an employment project of building a long promenade all the way along the bay...still extremely popular with tourists ...