Hotel Villa La Malouine
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... than I've ever seen in one place in my life.
Our hotel was small and about a 10 minute drive outside of Monaco in the Eze Village. The hotel is perched on the edge of a mountain and from every balcony is a view of the Mediterranean Sea... and what a view! Sunset, sunrise and any time in between the ability to differentiate the sea from the sky is removed and it feels as if you ...
... All of us were now getting very behind on our washing so we set off to try and find a laundromat and explore the coastal city. We took some tourist photos sticking our heads in the jack sparrow cut out and Todd in the Charlie's angels one too. We saw the building where Cannes film festival is held. We went to the beach to but part of the walkway was closed for something. It's strange that we only travelled like 30 mins on the train and we had ...
We bid fond farewells to Feelie, Felix, Ina, and Lisa, packed up the car, and drove east. We were headed to St Paul de Vence, where Annie, Emily, and I lived a decade ago. The circuitry that so unerringly remembered The Fox and The Greyhound in Keston wasn't so tuned in to remembering the more recent and more frequently travelled roads to St Paul—both Annie and I would get little flashes of familiarity, but usually by the next roundabout the spark had ...
... New plan. Train to Marseille, attempt to race second part of plan A and catch up with train to Figueres. €36 reservation fee.
11:46- the race begins, Marseillie here we come.
12:09- get as close to Zac Efron as we ever will, same place St Tropez!
12:30- you are in the wrong seats
12:30-1:30 finding seats and moving bags. Not fun. NOT fun.
1:30- 1:45 sitting
... further into the downtown we found a large market hall seething with people doing their Saturday shopping. The usual suspect fruits and vegetables (including some I could not recognize) were being sold, as well as what seemed like stall after stall, each stocked full flowers - until I discovered that they were artificial.
Wandering further we passed through the market and found a clean sidewalk cafe opposite the town hall. We were enjoying ...