Villa Squadra - Bed and Breakfast
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Microwave in room
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... to do it, but some of us did!
There is not much else of interest at the site, so off we went to the French Riviera. After check in, we toured Monaco and Monte Carlo. We had dinner overlooking the ocean, visited the church where Princess Grace and Prince Rainier married. A walk around the streets of Monaco and Maddi and another lady on our tour are certain that they saw Russell Crowe at a restaurant.
We then visited ...
... from their holiday house and on the south of France coast. This particular day was actually ridiculously windy so we were not fighting for space on the beach!
We set up our two umbrellas nice and low to shelter behind and went for a swim with a tennis ball to throw around. The current was incredible in the ocean. It was going extremely hard to the left so we were constantly fighting not to be swept down the beach away from our spot. While it was really ...
... gardens for example, I think it's cool because it is vibrant and playful, but if I saw a piece displayed in a museum I don't think I would like it as much. Did I mention that all of this was presented in French and I understood it? Yay, yay, yay!
Michel (Michael) who I met my first day-- the retired German-- was also at the lecture and since we both like art and culture we are meeting in the morning before school to go to the Russian Cathedral. ...
... so the banners and the bleachers were all in place. The tunnel looked exactly like it does in all the video games, and at night, with the lights streaming by, I could imagine being a part of the hype and glory of the race. How thrilling!
We drove back to Nice on the Lower Corniche this time, enjoying the lights of the little towns high above us in the hills. Eze, was a town we were interested to visit, but didn't get the chance. It's a beautiful little medieval hill town ...
... with the upper floor converted into a dormitory. One room with 8 bunks, a table and benches, one light bulb, slanted floors that we could see through and down into the first floor, 3 bathrooms and some old magazines. The warden told us dinner would be at 7pm.
By dinner time an "older couple" joined us (we alwasy think of ourselves as younger don't we. These guys could have been our age, I'm guessing the woman was a bit older). They ...