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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 ...
... in rounds of carrot and cucumber shavings, followed by pigeon with 'fruits of the season' (girolles, raisins and apples). Dessert was the unlikely but delicious combination of chocolate cake, roast banana and peanut butter mousse. (Elvis Presley eat your heart out.) The wine from Stellenbosch was excellent, the restaurant elegant and the service flawless. Jan himself came out to greet us. He is good-looking, charming and-headed for a ...
... Hotel de Paris, an amazing dinner at Louis XV, and then a very quick poker game in the casino (no winners tonight) and we are back to the hotel for our next-to-last night on vacation. We miss our kitty cat, and max has mastered the art of hailing a taxi (the ones with the green lights, not the ones with the red lights) even though he tried to hail a Lamborghini today. We will take it easy tomorrow because we have an early flight out of Nice on Saturday morning. Enjoy the ...
... seaweed sheets, pickled ginger and soy sauce for her sushi making and some sponges for her sink. (She had a really old worn out one, it was a funny present but she loved it ) we then went back to Audrey's and cooked up some pumpkin pasta with carrots and zucchini. Audrey and her hilarious friend came home at about 10pm. We ate diner and then had a chocolate binge. It was another nice and fun evening. We are a little sad that we have to leave tomorrow. It's been such a lovely ...
... here as well as a very old bell tower. We wandered over to the point on Quai Rauba Capeu to see the special sundial there. It accurately tells the time using the person standing in it. Unfortunately the sun wasn't really shining but we could just make out Greg's shadow on the correct time.
From here we walked through the Antiques Market in the square that is held each Monday. There was a variety of things, but quite a few had silver cutlery. They were starting to ...