Le Mas de Clairefontaine
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... little spot in Nice, headed back to the hotel at our earliest time so far this trip - around 9:30 - and are now getting ready wake up at our earliest time so far - 6am - so we can head to Pisa where we hear there is a building that leans back. We will also see a cathedral and go to Florence tomorrow.
Our last day in France was full of adventure, comedy, and the girls bonding with their TYWLS sisters.
Italy, here we come!!
... I was immersed in a 'sea' of French people, mostly over 40 yrs (thankfully) and these people don't tire!! It was nothing for them to carry on all evening dancing (they love American disco & hip hop). They served the food in shifts, rather than everything being laid out on the table at once. Seems like a great idea. Also, they don't drink heavily. No liquor, just wine, which was not consumed, except for a little ...
... Point and smile seems to be what most people are doing. As we struggle with
the language barrier...our fault entirely of course my 1 year studying French in year 9 doesn't seem to have cemented at all
I struggle to retrieve that long ago memorised data. And when I am under pressure I see to come out with Italian or Spanish evenn Balinese.
So sorry pardoni that I am so **** at languages. ...
... NOT do wonders for hair in make-up. But I managed... with frequent breaks during blowdrying and straightening my hair.
The view on the way to the Monte Carlo was absolutely breathtaking. I really don't have any other words to describe it for you, so I will include a picture for you in this post.
I am proud to say that I officially gambled at the Monte Carlo....Casablanca style. I swear I felt like Ingrid ...
An afternoon trip to the Grotte de Saint-Cezaire, which is a cave not far from where we're staying, that was discovered in the 1870’s. It’s been in the same family ever since and has been open to tourists since not long after discovery.
The cave goes down 12 floors or some 40 metres and is very interesting and quite pretty in a peculiar sort of way. There’s loads of stalagmites an stalactites in ...