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... people could pick out the exact fruits they used, even black olives! I picked a grape off a tree when no one was looking and it was surprisingly super sweet! It had seeds though which I was not expecting. Cool experience but it makes me sad that I'll never like wine. Got to talk to that hypnotist about that. Headed to Avignon now for lunch then to Nice! So excited about the South of France. Leaving Avignon now. It's so pretty here. They have giant city walls that ...
... us so we boldly decided to drive into the town and leave the car in a tourists carpark but with nothing in the car and even showing any potential thieves that there wasnt anything in the boot which we uncovered deliberately!
We spent a full day in Arles just walking around and looking at their tourist attractions like a really old ampitheatre like the Coloseum in Rome, and also another special historical site which was a very old theatre and essentially ...
... saying that it was nothing special, we came with very low expectations, and so we had a nice time! It actually wasn't that bad. The beach was quite nice - sandy - but nothing like Australian beaches. There were fancy shops all down the t, the main street of Cannes, and a few fancy cars. Lots of flashy superyachts in the two harbours! Had a coffee, a crepe and a nice walk around and then back to Nice. Glad we went even though it wasn't our favourite ...
Whats another day in paradise? Waking after yet another restful sleep we planned to day trip to Monaco, only a short train ride from Nice. And yes we had to take another train. We ate breakfast at a local restaurant right across from the foreshore. This was our first "French" breakfast and we liked it. Consisting of a chocolate filled croissant, a long breadstick (toasted and with jam), freshly squeezed orange juice and a hot bevy. The bright sun reflected the glare from the promenade ...
On my third day in Nice, as I mentioned in my previous entry, I decided to take the short 15 minute train ride to Monaco. Monaco in case you are unaware is the 2nd smallest country in the world next to Vatican City at only 2 square kilometers and a total population of 33,000. It is also known as a tax haven for the mega rich which was immediately apparent upon exiting the train station.
I had been told by Michael and Eli what to expect in Monaco as they raved about ...