Hotel Villa Vauban
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... into my new private yoga studio, and thought it would make a nice mini alter or just a cute decoration. It was marked 10 Euro. I was going to attempt to negotiate them down to 5 Euro, but lost my nerve. We wandered across the street for a quick cappuccino before continuing on with our adventure. To walk towards the water, we had to walk past the market. This is like walking past the candy aisle at a store. Ugh - I am forever cursed with the bargain hunting bug. We decided to walk ...
... we went to the Grimaldis Palace and had a good coffee and lemon tart in the lanes around the palace. We then headed to Monte Carlo which was interesting to learn refers to just the plaza that is surrounded by 2 casinos and a hotel. Jerome then took us to Eze a beautiful medieval village up on top of a mountain with spectacular views down the Cote D'Azur. It was quite a hot walk to the top but well worth it. Then it was on to Nice and ...
... laundry so turning in early went by the wayside and we turned in about on time.
Ric: Empanada, Pineapple and Avocado Salad, Beef, Lamb and Sausage skewers and Tres Leches Cake
Nikki: Pineapple and Avocado Salad, Salmon and Lobster Skewers and a Baked Lemon Curd
Regan: Empanada, Black Bean Soup, Salmon and Lobster Skewers and Tres Leches Cake
Kelsie: Empanada, Black Bean Soup, Salmon and Lobster Skewers and Tres Leches ...
... town so we decide to stay in and blog.
Since we were so successful at getting to Nice by bus, the next day we eagerly ventured to Monaco, first by regional bus and then by local Monaco busses. Intending to go straight to the Prince’s Palace and the Aquarium, we somehow find ourselves in the Chocolaterie de Monaco sipping delicious mocha coffees. Ok, now we’re ready to take on the ...
... beach. We found one that had some sand to sit on, although the water entry was stony. The water was incredibly blue - region is aptly named Côte d'Azur - and the water was pleasantly cool for swimming. After our beach time, we rented VeloBleau bikes, which are public bikes available for 1€ per hour at stands around the city. All you do is call a number, enter ...