Appart' Valley Portes de Monaco
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... euros for bus fare because they only take cash (what was I thinking....of course it is a cash society...one of the world's greatest tax free havens! The alternative being we looked so appalling she thought we homeless) we found our way to the centre and decided a coffee was the go (and perhaps a treat) before we jumped onto yet another of those honkey buses Paul loves so much. And yes, there IS one in Monaco folks.....how lucky can we be? Busting for the loo we ...
... the bay that seemed appealing so we swam out and soaked up some rays out there. Soon after we returned to shore and dried out in the Mediterranean sun listening to tunes to the likes of Roo Panes and Ben Howard. After all the moisture had been drawn out of our clothing we walked back to the train station and continued to our destination in Monaco, Monte Carlo.
We arrived in Monaco after about 40min and all changed into some respectable clothes (Although our respectable clothes ...
... accent" and started to chit chat with us. She gave us her whole schpeal (is that how it's spelled? Probably not) about how she was from Orlando and how she just quit her job to go on this trip around Europe. She mentioned that she started in London, made her way to Paris, the down to Barcelona and now was going to Nice which was exactly the same route we had taken. She started telling us how she was making her way to Greece where she was supposed to get on a cruise around the Greek ...
... time... We walked back the way we came finding a very cheap hotel opposite the station called 'Hotel Little Palace' which turned out to be in a great location. We went out thoroughly exhausted to buy a kebab about 500m from the hotel. We didn't get what we asked for.. at all. but we didn't care.. at all! We went back and ate it in bed. I fell asleep to a very bizarre film about Alfred ...
... the time Renoir lived here, the area was probably very serene and isolated. The town obviously is not like that anymore and I found it to be too built up with multiple high-rise buildings and streets that are confusing to get through. Jeff and I were happy to exit Cagnes-sur-Mer in search of more idyllic locations.
We had first heard about Saint-Paul-de-Vence from a friend of ours who discovered this place on his ...