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... sized! On to Monte Carlo we walked the hill to the Casino where we saw so many 'flash' cars. Their owners,no doubt, in the Casino where you have to pay €15 to just go in the front door. We walked around the 'hairpin' bend of the Fairmont which is famous in the Grand Prix! We travelled the 3 Corniches (3 zig zag roads up the mountain behind Monte Carlo) to reach ...
... place...it was a gorgeous warm evening to sit outside and enjoy the company the food and wine and beautiful Antibes ambience. Desert time was hilarious when this music blasted and the staff and other cliental joined in to clap and sing along to....will have to ask Kt the song but very loud and jolly. Finished off with a wander by the Antibes wall and back to the apartment for lemon jello ( Kt had bought it back from Italy) and a cuppa! Another fantastic ...
... it is still breathtakingly fabulous to see. The water is sooo blue, the beach goes on forever and it is just a picture of beauty. We found a restaurant actually on the beach and sat sipping champagne and eating salmon… just bliss.
We drove on along the scenic coastal road to Monaco… the view is stunning … we saw Elton John's home high on a hill. We got to ...
... heading to Audrey's as our clothes were pretty dirty and we thought it might be a bit forward if we were to arrive to her place and ask to use her washing machine straight away. It was also a good way to pass the time. In the laundry mat we met a funny old German man who has lived in the USA for 30 years, which has definitely had an influence on his humour. He was a strange one but eager to tell us about his life, his attempts at learning French and ...
... 5 storey floating mansions in one spot in my life. I imagine the way we felt being surrounded by people who live their life in a different world would be similar to a refugee coming to Australia. It's putting things into perspective. The wealth of those people is beyond comprehension. Of course the boats that were parked in and around the marina have owners who drive the fanciest cars we have ever seen. There were no stock standard ...