Nice is a beautiful place. I was working remotely, but I made sure I had plenty of time to enjoy the sites. Right away, I hiked up the Castle Hill (Colline du Château) to take in the beautiful maritime city. From there you can go to the vista point and look out in all directions – spot your hotel, see the beach, check out the old port, and take in the Côte d’Azur. Make sure to stop by the waterfall, La Cascade. Down below in Old Nice, there are great markets and squares filled with stalls, shops, cafés, restaurants, and bars. I was staying by Place Garibaldi, a fun square with dining and drinking spots. I would take daily walks through the park down the Promenade du Paillon to Place Masséna, a plaza and public space lined with neoclassical buildings. I got some sporty water shoes and spent time at the beach. Remember, these beaches are not sandy; instead, they have large pebbles (galets), but I thought it was comfortable enough. The water was warm and the waves were fun. I would rent a bike and ride along the Promenade des Anglais towards the airport and back. I also found a tennis club and made plenty of time to play. If you like to shop, Avenue Jean Médecin is the main street in Nice with the Galeries Lafayette. You can take this road all the way to the Notre-Dame de l’Assomption Basilica. I have to say, living and working in Nice was an ideal way to spend part of my summer in the French Riviera. I also had a chance to visit Monaco. Just a short train ride away past Villefranche-sur-Mer, the luxurious principality awaits. Explore its small streets, hillside glamor, and resort hotels. And of course, don’t miss the Monte Carlo Casino. Hope you enjoyed the video. Have a blast in Nice. Until next time.