In the village of Beaulieu-sur-Mer, not far from Villefranche, is the Villa Grecque Kerylos. It was built by a Frenchman named Therodore Reinach. It’s a reconstruction of a palace dating from 2 B.C. modeled from those found on the island of Delos. I’m not sure why someone would want to live in a place resembling an ancient Greek residence, especially on the Cote d’Azure, even down to reclining on special couches to eat meals but there you go. All of the furniture was designed by the architect, most of it copied from ancient drawings and paintings from Greece. We were given audioguides and it was a pleasant way to spend an afternoon wandering from room to room marveling at the lives of others. The Villa is now owned by the Institute de France in Paris, which Reinach belonged to in his lifetime.