Novotel Nice Centre
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... Cannes film festival and quite alot of famous people have left their hand prints in the street along the front. John compared his hands to Sylvester Stallone's. Ramboooooo hahaha! We figured the train back to Nice was the better option at 6.50 euro but only 40 minutes.
Our last evening was spent with a quick dip in the sea at Nice, the beaches here don't have any sand, just rocks, so of course we had to build some rock sculptures. It ...
... pay for the pleasure of using their toilets so we managed to get 4 x 50 cent euro coins together to achieve that goal!
Next was the Exotic Gardens where we didn't spend alot of time as we wanted to head towards 'Monte Carlo'. The girls found a See-Saw in the gardens so had fun having a play on that! And a few animals in a mini Zoo were fun to talk too.
We walked through town to the famous Casino.
Carmen had thongs on so she wasn't allowed in so ...
... turned out to be a blessing in disguise because of the gentleman we met at the hostel while we were waiting for the shop to reopen. One of the guys that works/runs the hostel saw us walk in and starting chatting it up with us. The conversation turned to the fact that we were about to have two scooters and were thinking of just driving down the Nice beach and posting up where we thought looked nice (get it, nice in Nice ha). Well this guy was having none of that, ...
... half his age by his side. And no it is NOT his daughter, evident by the excessive groping and make out sessions. Type of country LC can respect.
We got to Monaco late Wednesday night and were greeted with an unbelievable view from our balcony. We overlooked the pier, where hundreds of rich SOBS compete with each other over who has the best yacht. We're talking racks on racks spent on these bad boys. Naturally, upon seeing ...
... waited on you. As it was a private beach, it was definitely not crowded and you were swimming by yourself. The water was lovely and so clean.
This place was very much, if not a tourist trap, a money trap. You had to pay to be there and then once you were there, the prices were quite high and you could only buy from them. I have to say, a good business plan.
Surprisingly enough, after a day on the beach, we were exhausted and neither of us was ...