Hostel Faubourg Montmartre
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... on in order to stay upright 'cause the bus was crowded,..an experience!
At every turn I made certain to visit the 'old town' - chocked full of castles, old cathedrals, waterfront fortresses and wharves sometimes only a few hundred feet, up or down or along, beside the more modern sections...it's all a feast for the eyes (excuse the cliche, but seems to express our marveling at new sites every moment)
... French wine at 7 pm. This place was way too good for us but it wasn’t badly priced. We went up to our room and met a nice Canadian lady who was also on busabout and was living in new Zealand ( hard accent to figure out) Then we set out to do some good ol washing to feel clean and healthy again. There was an American elderly man doing his own washing and we spoke with him for a bit as all our clothes went about their business. As the washing finished it was nigh on 6 55 so we ...
... but not as opulent as the hotel next door, with it's beautiful chandelier & a stunning floral sphere dominating the foyer. Two of our group had a glass of wine without change from $100, but they did enjoy the experience. Next morning we toured the old town of Monaco, the cathedral & gardens. The gardens were tranquil, very well kept with a very diverse & interesting variety of plants. Luckily we arrived ...
... it in person and see just how sharp this turn is.
I continued down through the tunnel and came out at the port, where more money is floating that I can even imagine. I’ve seen a lot of big, impressive yachts before, but never this many in such a small area. These yachts are like mansions on the water. I spent a good half our walking around the port just checking out some of these rich people toys and then had to head ...
... to show up for dinner at 11pm in France. The "double up deal" is any 2 appetizers for $12E, so the girls had nuggets and wedge french fries; which was the first meal that both of them finished on this trip so far!
Up to the room to change for dinner, and then down to Cours Saleya, where there is a market (of some sort or another at all times) down the middle and literally about 50 restaurants side-by-side on each side all the way down the street. The market is a ...