Adagio Monaco Palais Josephine
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Up and at it by 7:00 and on the buss by 8:00 for a fun, site filled day! First stop was a very interesting perfume factory that is special to France. It's called Fragonard near Eze, France. None of the products are sold to mass market stores. The driver earned my respect as he had to drive through the twists and turns to get there so we could smell …
... 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 ...
... and clearly learn by speaking, do not participate as much when there is writing or an explanation of sentence structure. Many students in my class here are Suisse or Belgian, therefore the grammar is very different for them, yet not so much for me. Or maybe it's just that I know grammar terminology: sujet, verbe, object direct, object indirect....etc. Well, that's enough grammar for now!
After school the other day Sarka, Jens, and I ...
... then, and stored our bags with the hotel. Our hosts at reception were funny, lively, and so sweet. I loved our hotel! If you're ever in Nice, check out the Suisse Hotel!
Next we walked down to the stony beach, where we held hands, walked near the waves, saw half-naked, over-bronzed bodies, and a man doing some funny kind of inefficient stretching before showering on the beach. If you've ever seen "The Aquatic Life of Steve Zissou," you'll know exactly what ...
... most likely not the best. Mr Frenchie was a very vocal snorer - he snored on the in breadth and with the out breadth. On the Camino I had learned a good trick of makiing a clicking sound and found that it was generally just enough to knock the snorer out of their noisy pattern. Not so with Mr Frenchie - he snored through the night. We could only compat it with ear plugs and PodCasts.