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Though, we stopped in for just a couple of hours, on a drive from Torino to Nice, we did not opt to play casinos. Unluckily, the gardens also were were closed.
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The casino has a strict dress code. Shorts and tee-shirts don’t cut it. We didn’t go inside.
The royal palace is behind the marina, just before the hill begins rising, on the right.
Either side of the casino.
The Promenade des Anglais, at night and in the morning.
We didn’t stay here, but it’s a good example of the grand architecture.
Roman ruins, near the Musée Matisse.
The Musée Matisse does not allow photography.
Matisse spent many years in Nice, and although the museum doesn’t have many of his major works, it does have a fascinating collection of drawings, paintings, sculptures, and personal artifacts. His fascination with Japanese culture, and the powerful simplicity of his genius are everywhere apparent.
This was the real reason we stopped in Nice. The Musée Chagall.
Back on the streets.
The 17th Century Baroque Cathédrale Sainte-Réparate de Nice.
A last view of the beach.