Villa Squadra - Bed and Breakfast
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... from the downtown core. But the piece de resistance is the Casino de Monte Carlo. Decked out in 19th century elegance,she is surrounded by fountains and palm trees, her entrance guarded by black suited men wearing earpieces. Two women with slim pink shopping bags sweep out and nod discreetly to the chef du parking, who provides the keys to their black Bentley They place their shopping in the trunk, ...
We decided to stop off in Nice for one night to promenade along the front in the Riviera and enjoy the sights and sounds. However we arrived to find it absolutely pelting down with rain.
After finding our somewhat seedy hotel, fortunately close to the train station, we waited for the rain to abate. After half an hour and no sign of that happening we headed to the front anyway.
By the time we'd finished the ...
... in left hand drives - Lee seems to travel too close to my edge at times!!). The roads are not wide and it really is straight down these huge cliffs. We drove to a lovely town called La Turbie, which sits on a promontory directly above Monaco. It is a lovely view looking down - Monaco really isn’t that big! We walked around La Turbie - up to the cemetery which has the best view. We found a lovely patisserie and Lee ...
... still with 5 kilometres to go. As a
general comment though I did find the race being measured in kilometres
as opposed to miles a lot better for the soul, as even when one is
struggling the distance markers never take too long to appear and at
least one always feels that progress is being made...
final kilometre, where the streets of Cannes were thickly lined with
spectators, spurred me on to a fast finish and I had staved off the 3
... old town again, pouring through the stalls of stuff that they pass off as souvenirs crafted by local artisans and low and behold I found a pair of the fancy gaucho esq pants that I had seen several times since Greece. Think of it as a combination of MC Hammer, jodhpurs and skirt. I had longed to get my hands on a pair since I first saw them and jumped at my chance. How exciting! Something fashionable to wear in Paris!!