Cote d’Azur

After doing Route Napoleon in 1 day, the second day was reserved for Cote d’Azur. Started out in Cannes, where I decided spontaneously that it would be the place to spend several hours, to “take it all in”. Continued to Antibes with its fortress on the sea shore, Nice, which is nice, then Eze, a tiny medieval town high on the cliffs, sort of an insider tip. Monte Carlo was the spot for a long evening, before going to bed in Menton, which was the nice surprise I visited the second day – maybe the most charming of all. Don’t miss to eat fish there if you fancy – i found out it was the preferred sea food spot on the French Riviera only after I had left. The town is worth a visit though even if you’re vegetablearian, it’s a tiny corner of Paradise.

Pictures from the Blue Coast are here:

http://picasaweb.google.ch/s/c/bin/slideshow.swf

while Monte Carlo got an album of its own:

http://picasaweb.google.ch/s/c/bin/slideshow.swf

For the story to the photos, in Romanian, here.

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