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... We took Dilyara's picture at the start line and then continued walking along the water toward the casino. We passed a number of expensive boats. One of the smaller boats was selling for around 30 million dollars.... We didn't make any purchases this time... maybe next time ;).
We made the walk over to the casino took some pictures and then walked North toward the train station.
We took the train around 5 PM back to Nice.
... 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
... the hill to the village.
Our plan was to see all of the villages, but we knew that walking 9km was probably a bit of a stretch – particularly as the information provided said it took about 5 hours due to up and down nature of it. Also at the moment the walkway between Manarola (village 2) and Corniglia (village 3) is closed as it was washed out in a flood in October last year.
So from Manarola (village 2) ...
... luck of the weather. Besides the weather, there was also the food. I didn't expect a five star restaurant or anything but I also had hoped for something better than rice and mayonnaise mixed with olives and leftover veggies or pasta with mayonnaise and any extra veggies. And the kicker for me was that everything was made in those tubs, you know, the ones you use to store clothes in your attic. Yep, those are the ones. Oh, and did ...
I uploaded the pictures I missed for the last entry, so be sure to check them out!
The last day and a half in Nice was great! I got there about 8 hours after I had planned, so after locating the hostel and meeting my only roommate, I headed north up the hill to the ruins of the Roman town Cemenelus , 1st century B.C. to 5th century A.D. What's left is about 1/5 of the town's original size, mostly the bottom few ...