Hotel La Belle Aurore
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Nice , clean and quiet!
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... the city more than I could in this little blurb.
After Cannes we took a day trip to Marseilles. Not much went on here as we were simply waiting for our plane to Amsterdam!
We'll miss France, but it's time for the next adventure.
... We stayed put on our mat, almost literally, being a bit shy neither of us stood up until we left about 5.30pm. We didn't swim, and both of us needed to wee but sat it out. The best news, no sunburn or bee stings. The beach had almost cleared of people when we left as the sun was getting quite low and the temperature on the beach was cooler with a gentle breeze, but we later saw a shop digital thermometer that showed 23'. Before leaving Ang wanted to ...
... parked by arguably the most famous part of Monaco the Monte Carlo Casino. It was easy to spot those with money and those without, us without's were fawning over the myriad of amazing cars that seemed to be parked all over the place, the owners were probably having a money bath or some such thing! (We saw, an Aston DBS, DB9, a Maclaren Mercades, Porsche Carrea GT to name but a few). We again spent ...
... back to the train station. On the way back, we did a bit of souvenir shopping that included a cute film strip magnet that said Cannes, some sauces, and two postcards. We both passed out on the 30 minute train ride home, probably because we supposedly walked over 30,000 steps again! I'm sure we did at least six miles though. Now we have some time for souvenir shopping in Nice and another chill dinner. Tomorrow, we're planning on seeing the riches of Monte ...
... changed – I was right in the middle of a grey rain cloud, the sun was gone and though it wasn’t raining (not again!), I felt the moisture covering me, my scooter and, most importantly, my visor. I was still wearing the sunglasses (too quick of a change!) - I couldn’t see more than 5 meters in front of me, and it didn’t improve much even after taking them off. The temperature dropped by 15 degrees to 17C and I had to drop the speed to about 10-15 km ...