La Petite Provence
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... He decided that the answer was tourism and gambling. In 1863, he established the Societe des Bains de Mer. The company consisted of a handful of hotels, a theater, and a casino, which would soon flourish and become the foundation of the magnificent district of Monte-Carlo. Prince Rainier III ascended to the throne in 1949 and later caught the world's attention with his storybook marriage to actress Grace Kelly. Today, Monaco still stands as a ...
... or tea, or spices for food - or maybe all of those - but they had hundreds of glass jars, each one with a unique and beautiful smell to it. For dinner we ate at a place called "Le Mama" which advertised itself as traditional Nice food, where Jess and I both ordered a 3 course menu for 24 Euro which gave us a small amount of choice for each of entree, mains and dessert, rather than ordering each item of the menu individually. For entree Jess and I both ordered ...
... and strolled around the city a bit before retiring back to our hotel.
On Day 2, we were pretty sad to learn that it was pouring rain -- the fact that we didn't have rain gear was also a downfall. To start off the day (which was actually around 11) we decided to head to a bar named Wayne's that Bridget's sister had visited while she was visiting Nice. It was an international bar, so the workers all spoke English and their menu ...
... A young woman in a red bikini saunters down the middle of the road, her attention averted towards one of the cafes. She looks back at us, tossing her hair, neither startled nor altering her path.
Leaving the Peugeot to bake in the 34 degree afternoon, we begin the trek back along the shore to the town centre. Some people are just spreading out their beach towels. Those who have already found a place in the sand ...
... got a much bigger scoop than me (which is true her speaking skills are better)!
We sat in the square to eat our ice cream and enjoy our surroundings. We headed back to our hotel to just hanging out enjoying our own space.
Tomorrow we plan on going shopping and seeing the beach. If we can fit it in, we will go to Old Nice too.
Lauren and Allie
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370 Route du Village, Auribeau-sur-Siagne | 4 star hotelfrom $162