Mas Des Oliviers
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... while the others took to the beach. After my nap we met some of Yann's friends as it was a friend's bday. We had some drinks in a pretty square that all the building surrounding the square had the same colours and paintings all matching. After leaving Yann took us to see some more sites including the city's park that included walk through dancing fountains, spiny chairs and areas for children to play, it was a long park in ...
... assumed that the whole dynasty started with Prince Rainier's father or maybe grandfather but, nope! The family actually has a long history.
I bought a ticket for the State Apartments and got an audio guide. The man sounded English, but he occasionally pronounced things very strangely. Plus, at the end of each bit of commentary, he would repeat the phrase, "Now, step into the next room and press the green button." After the fifth or sixth room, I could tell that he was ...
... waiting for 45 mins they advised they could only book us through to the French border and we could jump on local trains from there without reservations. This was annoying but we agreed. We got in the train and the first annoying part was that they didn't give us 1st class seats. Our allocated seats were taken up by a blonde family (1 mum and 3 teenage girls who all looked alike) who refused to move so we had to find random seats. Later found out ...
... sun baking topless. It is warm and beautifully clear, like some in Thailand I guess..but it also sparkles as the sun hits the beautiful blue. There were a few waves but none dumping, the sand is yellow and soft, and in the backdrop are mountains, palm trees and a man made pier of rocks. Needless to say we were happy to lie here for many hours..in fact I caught up on the last 5 blogs from this very spot, still looking up to enjoy the many views ;) !
... the senate, saw the outside of St Peter's (visit there tomorrow) and finally finished at the square of three fountains - the largest central one representing the four continents - Australia not known when it was constructed. Finally dinner at a small pizza restaurant in a small lane way and finished with a lovely gelati. Lovely hotel too - the most luxurious we've had so far - even has a pool. Hoping it is hot enough tomorrow for a ...