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Back to the French Riviera

I spent the weekend in the French Riviera. It’s always nice to revisit old favorites as well as discovering new locations. Even though many towns in the Riviera are all about money and luxury, most of them still have a few gems.

Antibes The amazing 10th century city walls of Antibes.
Juan-les-Pins Juan-les-Pins is one of many premium Côte d’Azur locations for sunsets.
Juan-les-Pins The busy streets of Juan-les-Pins.
Cannes Vieux Port in Cannes.

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