Yesterday was a national holiday in Monaco, so we were both at home. It was sunny (as you can see from the photos) and warm and I actually didn't feel like I was dying, for the first time in ages, so we decided to go exploring - and went to Saint Raphael, along the coast towards Marseille.
Photos of sunshine
Upside down boat, now colonised by seagulls:
That part of the coast is beautiful - huge red rocks and cliffs, as you can see a bit in this photo from the train window.
Saint Raphael is nothing special - the beach is nice, though, and the church is pretty from the outside.
The old town in Saint Raphael was... limited (I was feeling ill again by that point, though, so I might be doing it a disservice. Or we might have missed bits.) There's a museum that might be worth going to, we walked past it. That was about it.
Frejus was pretty, but small. It's noted for its Roman ruins - we got as far as the amphitheatre, which is being re-built, and got bored and went home. The church is prettier on the outside than the inside, but it is pretty.