Eze, France // Spring 2019

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While we were visiting St. Jean Cap Ferret, we drove to the village of Eze – an ancient city built into a stone monolith on the sea. This beautiful architectural feat was populated in 2000 BC! You hike into the village, meandering through endless alleyways, full of hole-in-the-wall shops and cafes tucked inside. In the center there is an ancient church, completely serene and peaceful with views of the sea and France on all sides. At the very top there is a garden with many varieties of cactuses and Mediterranean plants and flowers. I could have easily spent all day in this gem of a place!

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