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... the market looking at all there was to see. We had lunch at a Tapas cafe after Katie had navigated her way around to find it. Another gorgeous day weather wise too just pleasantly warm really and wonderful blue skies. After some "practice runs" of trying to get on the A8 to return we headed back to Antibes...and met up with Jass and Dennis. Lovely to have them here to join us. It was my birthday in New Zealand ...so we had my birthday dinner out at ...
... a staircase copied from Fontainebleau made from marble . The walls are all painted with various scenes. We saw the throne room which was interesting. The rooms are small, painted scenes on the ceilings, rich wall paper and dark furniture... It was your typical but small scale palace. There is a portrait of Grace, Rainier and family painted in the 1980's - taking pride of place .... mmmmm, OK, IT WAS THE 80's. Was that the time of Dynasty ...
My tummy is getting better each day, have now stopped pain killers and sleeping very well
So health almost restored, time to hit the tables in Monte Carlo. We decided that it was good to be clear before greed took over and so we set a team rule....anyone winning more than ten thousand, has to buy dinner at a venue of choice of the others. Boris asked for currency clarification and we made the limit A$10K.
... then found what was more like a small inner city urban shopping area, with a
supermarket underground and other normal shops.
We bought Swiss chocolate which was much cheaper than at the
airport. And the pet shop was selling large spiders.
The flight over the Swiss Alps and across the north western
corner of Italy was a relatively uneventful 70 minutes – apparently it can be
an hour long roller coaster ride ...
... his execution, and Napoleon's bicorn, Mr. Moneynickel was in military history heaven. It was a good thing most of the explanations were in French, or we might still be there.
Just in case we are left with the impression that the Grimaldi fortune is tied up only in historic memorabilia, Albert II has amassed a collection of vintage vehicles that is also open to the public. ...