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Nice on a Monday, and a touch of Monaco and Italy other days

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I'm hoping a full day is a good start on exploring Nice especially with the Monday market.

Any suggestions to fill in the day plus lunch?

Was thinking on tagging on Monaco in the afternoon but I think I will leave that for another 1/2 or full day depending on sites! Can do it plus some hill towns to the north if need be to full in the day!

I thought another day touring the few hills towns of Dolceaqua etc would be nice also as not too far from our gite in Saint Jeannette north of Nice - any suggestions for that area for a day touring!

Anyone familiar with the Bellet wines north of Nice? supposed to be good!

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