Going back in time, we visited Andorra on our way from Spain back to France.
Andorra la Vella, Andorra
The river was well contained, probably because there was so much civilisation built up around it. Though you can't quite see it in the photo, some parts of the riverbed had actual rocks, rather than the concrete that lined it. We weren't sure if these were put here by Andorrans to make it look more natural, or if they were washed downstream.
We had quite a bit of difficulty navigating to the McDonalds to utilise the free WiFi, due to there being hundreds of confusing roundabouts and roads we couldn't turn around on. But we managed, and found a village nearby that sounded interesting to explore.
It was a quiet little village, and not overly photogenic. You could call it 'rustic'.
Monte Carlo, Monaco
We traversed France and after Nice visited this tiny country.
This building is called the Monte Carlo Casino. Fancy. It was packed with people, and the streets were lined with shops such as Gucci and Dior.
Fancy rich people boats! Or should I say 'yachts'.