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... the beach with Grant's mini beers. No I don't drink beer even if it appears in the photos, Grant always gets me to hold his beer in photos. I'm still alcohol free since Florence. It's water, iced tea, coke or lemonade for me. We set the mats up on pebbles, which is weird but not as uncomfortable as you think. Wow they do t wear much at the beach. G string bikinis & lots of top less ladies & not just the big ugly ones like in Australia. You have to wear ...
... the Louvre, where we then had a 2 hour tour inside. Of course 2 hours wasn't nearly enough to see all 60,000 square meters of the museum, however, it was definitely enough for our "not-so-into-art" family. We ended the tour taking selfies with the Mona Lisa (obviously a must). After watching the sunset along the river from inside the Louvre, we stopped by a French diner for a late-night dinner (the European way).
The next day we had another beautiful day, which we spent ...
... s photos of both Nathalie and Emilia attached. As a side note, the rain has finally finished and I'm now trying to catch up on my washing. This involves me manually advancing the timer for the washing machine every 20-30 mins, as the aging machine seems to get stuck and won't pump out at the end of every part of the cycle..... However, the sun has come out and it's going to be clear ...
... away, so commercial airliners are leaving some of these trails. But on the Cote D'Azur, private jet tracings are a probability too. Wealth is on display in every parking lot, harbor, and hillside. In Antibes, site of one of Europe's largest marinas for superyachts, the general public can tour the Quai des Milliardaires. That last word isn't a spelling mistake - it indicates the ...
... our local bakery on our way home tonight to pick up some dinner...
Delicate pastry and three dollar wine.
A perfect last meal in Nice.
We had romantic dinners in a tropical garden.
We won a little money at the casino.
And tomorrow we will take a couple of trains and make our way back to Paris where we will spend the last two nights of our French vacation.
We love you all
Matt & Kellie