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... Nice spires and Baie des
Anges are mesmerising.
The shaded hill and park are named
after a 12th-century château that was razed by Louis XIV in a fit of pique in
1706 and never rebuilt. To reach the park you can climb the steps or take the
ascenseur (lift; per person €1.10), it was a good way for us to burn off some
of the lovely French food and give the kids a burnt out. We had a good number of laughs in between
breathes – a spectacular ...
... the towel to the water slightly uncomfortable. The water temperature was magical, water delightful and we enjoyed our time in the sun. People watching here is taken to a new level with lots of people out and about to prove their wealth- we sat back and enjoyed the show. We hired bikes and ran/walked each evening along the boulevard where each year they hold the Nice France Ironman. There was lots of talk about putting this one on the bucket list with a flat fast run and ...
... keeping us out of the harbor or special private VIP parking for the cars - everything was right there! We had a wonderful day, walking around and eating pizza in a harbor-side cafe looking how the other people live. The town and surroundings are crazy beautiful! It's is just a very stunning place! We took the train back to Nice and had another great dinner.
The next day we left - and headed for Italy!
Gotta tell you - that living in Spain and then being in France ...
... for us to take to Monaco and a few villages to stop in on the way and ended his comments by saying that we were going to have the most beautiful views in the south of France. Being all into my pictures on this trip I couldn't resist that and seeing the Monte Carlo casino also seemed pretty badass, and finally a whole day of riding scooters was impossible to pass up, so we followed his plan to a T.
But there was one slight hiccup in the plan, that was no fault of ...
We crossed the border into familiar territory, we were back in France and it felt strange to already know what the good supermarkets were and where to find cheap diesel. This time however, it was time for the south coast of France, which is somewhere we've heard about from so many people. It would have to be on its game to measure up the amazing Spanish coast we had just left.
Apart from ...