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... unscheduled days in Nice, what would we do?
We spent the first in Monaco, only 30 minutes drive away. There we wandered around the town, checked out the luxury yachts in the harbour, followed some of the Monte Carlo Formula One racing circuit and spent a couple of hours admiring Prince Rainiers collection of cars in his private museum. Not that you have to go to a museum to see luxury cars, I'm sure that in Monaco there are more luxury cars per square kilometre, ...
... the first ancient games site. After a tour through the New Museum we walked to lunch in the old town of Plaka. Back on board we enjoyed the live show in the theatre of Ventriloquist, Gareth Oliver who came runner up to Susan Boyle in the English version of "You've Got Talent". He was hilarious. Late night entertainment on the Sky Deck was a sing-along to ABBA songs (with cocktails). 11 October - at sea (rest day...) It was great to have a ...
... La P'Tite Cocette just in time, as the small café was quickly filling with patrons. Nestled in the corner of an alley at the top of some stairs, this cozy little restaurant offered a prix fixe 3 course lunch menu. I selected smoked salmon, roasted eggplant with veal and a chocolate fondant with pistachio ice cream, and Rufio chose chickpeas sautéed with mussels, grilled Coley fish and a raspberry tiramisu. We paired our meals with our now habitual glass of rosé. When we were full ...
... the coast was pretty nice, and it really showed why this is called the Azur Coast. The color of the water here is just incredible. I had been warned before I came here that the beaches in Nice were not the best, and I finally saw that for myself when I arrived. The water is beautiful, but the beach is all rocky. They look like pretty smooth rocks, but still, it doesn’t look nice to lie on. That didn’t stop anyone by the looks of it, there ...
... best view of the sea. Scars are all
I have left of the blisters I acquired on the steep hike down the mountain from
this beautiful medieval town. After exhausting ourselves with the trek,
chilling in Villefranche was a welcome relief. The smallest country I have ever
been to, Monaco, also has the most expensive cars per square mile that I’ve
ever seen. I lost count after 52 Porche’s.