Hotel de Mougins
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... to a winery called Chateu St. Rosaline. It was a small winery nestled somewhere in the hills to the west of Cannes. While the wines were all like other French wines, very dry and somewhat oaky, the weird part of the winery was the chapel that had a preserved St. Rosaline on display since 1329 !!! Raju had to explain her 5 year old son that this was a statue on display.
Second destination of the day was Grasse. Grasse is ...
... which was equally delicious) but we made it and drove toward the casino. The casino is another place that's riddled with tourists. Lots of fancy cars were parked out the front and when a Lamborghini drove past out the front and revved its engine, a lot of the crowd cheered. We went inside the casino and marvelled at the opulence, lots of gold and chandeliers as expected however I'm sure not as opulent as the high rollers area which ...
... we met up with everyone again to go back into the casino as gambling was allowed after 2pm. I lost 100 Euros playing blackjack! Alex and I caught a taxi back to shopping area near the palace where we found a beautiful chocolate shop. We had hot chocolates and eclairs, and ended up buying chocolates and nougat to take back to the ship. Despite the lovely end to our time in Monaco, we got lost trying to find our ...
... where the Monaco royal family live. This was a nice town, cobbled streets and old medieval style buildings. The views of the Mediterranean were pretty spectacular. We walked through the gardens up to the top and took photos of the views of the sea and boats below us. Then we had an hour or so to walk around the narrow streets in front of the palace. After this short ...
... sampling we decided to skip the sushi restaurant and head for the Old Town after some great advice from a Nice native who used to live in Canada.
The bars she suggested were perfect. Packed full of people all dancing and having a great time. We grabbed some pints and pushed ourselves through the much younger crowd to see the band. It was by far the most crowded place I've been in my life. The band was great but after 65% of my beer was knocked ...