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We arrived in Nice after a picturesque drive from Grenoble, taking most of the day. The beach is very long, narrow,has large river stones but no sand. The water is a beautiful blue close to shore & I'm told it's temperature is 23 degrees c. As we arrived late afternoon & set off for Monaco for a most enjoyable evening, I don't have any photos to share, I will have to add some later. There were many beautiful people ...
... and there were never any parking spaces in Nice to stop and look around. The traffic was crazy busy, many one way streets and we were getting frustrated. A decision to head to the airport where we knew we could at least follow the signs to the car rental. This trip was about 30min and we managed o find the road & the car rental return area. We explained as best we could to the returns lady who directed us to the counter inside the airport. She wrote on our forms & ...
... our bottle of wine and six pack of water with no bag.
We had our glass of wine on our balcony and went to bed. We decided to just sleep as long as we wanted and figure out what to do the next day, depending on what time we got up. After being up for over 24 hours, we collapsed into bed.
No pics of us today. Just the room view You wouldn't want to see us after a 10 hour flight anyway.
... and made for some uncomfortable sunbathing, however, the water was fresh and turquoise clear. Just swimming in the sea made Jermaine as happy as a pig in mud as he rejoiced at the feeling of salt residue in his hair after being almost a month without a surf or any form of contact with salt water.
After our brief frolic in the Mediterranean Sea we made our way back to the hostel where we saw Joe, a fellow Aussie traveller we met in Avignon, had a few beers and got a free pasta ...
June 8-12th So I realized that I am quickly falling behind on these posts considering we are in Venice right now and I am just now telling you about Nice (it's pronounced "niece" for all y'all ignant folk.) Although I guess falling behind isn't necessarily a bad thing cause that just means that we are super busy and enjoying our time here. Pus I don't even know if anyone is reading this so it's whatever. I guess to start our stay in Nice I'll begin with the train ride in. This was our ...