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5 days in French Riviera in February - itinerary help

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I have an opportunity coming up to go to Europe for the first time in February 2012, flying into Nice on Sunday, February 19, and flying out on Saturday, February 25. I just started the initial research but need some suggestions about where to go for the five days. I really don't want to rent a car and drive (I will be spending the week prior in Singapore for business and will have jet lag), so good public transportation to/in the city or walkability is a must. Right now I am thinking using Nice as base to spend the nights, and sightseeing one day in Nice, one day in Monte Carlo, one in Villefranche, and maybe one in St. Tropez (although I am a little worried about getting seasick on the ferry ride). Does this sound doable? Any other places I should add? My main interests are looking at architecture and sailboats, going to history museums, walking through farmers markets.

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