Garden Beach Hotel
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This morning I woke up as we were pulling into port in Monte Carlo, Monaco. It's by far the most beautiful place we’ve seen! The second smallest country in the world, Monaco is 2.5 miles long, and 900 meters wide. It has about 30,000 residents, and I think they are all incredibly wealthy. There are two harbors, and both are filled with what are likely the world’s most expensive yachts. Monaco just recently added a port for cruise ships, and ours looks like an eyesore compared ...
... Nice is truly beautiful. We then jumped down onto the rocks to take more silly photos. With all three of us wearing thongs, it certainly wasn’t the most appropriate footwear! Then we climbed up to the castle which gave us incredibly beautiful panoramic views of Nice, a pretty waterfall, a beautiful garden and a lot of good times. We trekked along, continually laughing at every little thing, making silly conversations and taking hundreds of photos. Afterwards, we strolled ...
... We sat in our window sills drinking beers waving the Aussie flag with the coverage on the telly over our shoulder. Each team came past every 3 minutes then we followed it on TV. Greenedge was in front, could they do it? Yes they have!! At that point Chris and Paul tried to sprint to the presentation ceremony to see Gerrans in yellow, we got to within about 75m. Great atmosphere though and on the way home we ran into Robbie ...
... of the shops has drywall or plaster walls but they used the original stone walls of the village. The proprietor of the wine store, "La Petite Cave", was a sommelier and he recommended a local wine to us so I bought a bottle for the teachers to sip on at the hotel. As a special surprise for the students, we decided to add a stop at a chocolate factory in Nice so we had to cut our visit to St. Paul de Vence short. The "Florian" chocolate and candy stop was a quite amazing ...
... the clear blue.
A short stop here and it was off again towards Nice. In order to be sure we all kept awake, a small contest was started. Count the number of tunnels you drive through until you get to France. Sounds easy, right. But after having 169 marks in our guide book, we finally reached France. The views from the hills onto the Mediteranean are fantastic. Azure colored water and villas literally hanging on the edge of the cliffs.