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... appeared way below. Absolutely breathtaking. It was like a photograph taken from an airplane with the Mediterranean Sea on the left and Monaco with its many tall towers and famous harbour appearing before our eyes. The harbour was absolutely crammed with multimillion dollar "gin palaces" all taking up their positions for the upcoming Monaco Grand Prix next week. Our bus driver Vito "Villeneuve" took us on a crazy drive in our 52 seat racer on the street circuit being set ...
... English and no one smiles and the hallways are completely unlit (Cite Des Sciences) Pff. Needless to say after my first hour in Paris I wanted to leave!
(24th). I knew I was spending the night at my friend Aude's, so I stored my bag for the day at one of the stations and ventured out into Paris to explore. The metro is so easy to use here! I saw the arch and went to Eiffel Tower - it's kinda crazy when you walk up to these monuments because you expect these sirens ...
... Cannes Film Festival is held every year. We thought it would be simple, but purchasing train tickets at the station turned out to be quite a challenging task.
The train station had two kinds of ticket kiosks there, one for coins only and the other for credit cards only. Since we didn't have enough change with us, we opted for the credit cards only kiosk. After going through screen after screen to make selections on the time for the ...
... ever had. After dinner, we stopped at Fenocchio’s Gelato and no more than a few bites in, we heard the sound of fireworks coming from the beach. We ran through the Old Town as quickly as possible to get to the beach to observe a grand fireworks show with three barges launching fireworks set to the music of Daft Punk and other electronic bands. After the show, we meandered through the town back to our hotel. Once back at the hotel, we learned ...
... of growth and colours ranging from white through to an orange-red (as a result of the iron mixing with the limestone). One particularly imaginative "growth" is easy to see as a skeleton which the owners have nicknamed Jules.
The most romantic part of the cave however was the stalagmite and stalactite that are almost meeting – in fact they are now only 1 centimetre apart. As a gesture of goodwill we were ...
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