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... 5 minutes before we had to go for our first trip to an Italian supermarket as we were a bit Old Mother Hubbard. It's interesting to see the small differences in the types of food in different countries and we were very excited to get multi-coloured pasta (which I know is not unheard of but this is very cool looking stuff) and we also got some black spaghetti, which is coloured with squid ink. We cant wait to try them ...
... real nurses who knew some first aid instead of handmaiden to the gods who only deal with sleeping body parts!!! It was a long day. The trip seemed to go on and on and on. Nothing to show we had crossed the border back into France. But we finally reached the French Coast. High rise buildings, blue sea, brown bodies, roller bladders, cyclists, stony beaches deck chairs and umbrellas in rows and rows. ...
... with a fishmonger thrown in. We found AA batteries, gluten free croissants, bananas, long life soy milk and some really nice muesli bars (according to Liam). It was interesting to see totally different brands and very occasionally Nivea or Eveready for example. The locals had their own bags or trolleys just like us! The EftPos machine was in French but it worked just the same as at home. We took the bags back to the hotel, then ...
... the keys to the reception of the hotel and then off to the bus stop for our bus at 12.14 to St Niklaus. We had to change trains at Brig and Milan and then arrived at Sanremo with a 10 minute delay at 21.10. On our way there we went along Lake Maggiore for quite a while which is huge with little islands every now and again. I unfortunately sat on the wrong side of the train and could only take some quick pics. The rest of the trip was in darkness but every so often ...
... is, frankly, ugly.
For more than 700 years, the Grimaldis have managed to stay alive and in power in an ever changing Europe. Guelph Francois Grimaldi, disguised as the leader of a gaggle of monks seized the harbor from a rival family back in 1297. Since then, successive leaders of the family have played to French and Spanish and Italians and others against each other to prosper as an independent place. The casino made the place a playground back in ...