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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 ...
We decided to have room service delivered today to be ready for our early meeting time 7.45 to get our tender boat and go on our tour.
We booked a tour that will take us to Monte Carlo and Monaco, both in the principality of Monaco. When we arrived at the port of Cannes after disembarking from our tender boat, we boarded our bus. We learned many exciting things ...
... end cars than the rest of France
The employment in Monte Carlos is in demand with both French and Italians looking to work here as the rate of pay is much higher than in their own countries and the are no income taxes.
This morning we were up early for our optional extra tour of St Paul de Venice by-passing Nice due to the Tour de France being held there today.
... 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 ...
... corner for a while then took off leading a small parade through the narrow market streets.
Nice is so cool. It is what we expected from Paris. There are people here from all over the world: Spanish, French, German, Italian, Russian, English…but very few Americans. Its like a crossroads of the world.
We laid low for the rest of the evening. We did a little Skype-ing (Hannah got a little home sick ...