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 ...
... other with dad rolling his eyes in the background. I then managed to call Jamie and have a chat with him :) Then I put on my swimmers, slathered on the sunscreen and headed for the beach. Turns out it was a good time to go as it was to busy and I got a got spot. I had downloaded the latest NW magazine from the bookstore and because it is a sand free beach I was able to take my iPad down and have a good read while soaking in the sun. After I caught up on my goss I decided ...
... 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 ...
... avid F1 fans would have known that the track goes right through the town, but I don’t think we realized that we would actually be following the track!! Very cool! We went around the crazy hairpin bend, and Sheila cornered very well considering her ample size :)
We parked up and found a great vantage point to watch the town from the top of the 'stands’ where the fans would have sat for the race. From there we could look over on the yachts and the ...
... to farms. Two farms are full and one offered to ask their beekeeper friend if he is looking for someone. Two others have offered me a space and I am very interested in the one so I am hoping she gets back to my last email soon. I told her i would like to come in about two days. Her name is Marie and she runs a goat cheese farm on the island of Belle-Óle-en-Mer off the coast of Brittany. She runs the farm with her son. They have 60 goats, 20 chickens, ...