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... any celebrities and would not recognize them even if they were there. The town was quaint but not particularly impressive, except for the fancy stores and some nicely dressed people. We skipped the vastly over priced restaurants ( 10 euro for a glass of mineral water and food the same)!, and instead picked up a couple tasty Paninis and walked up to the citadel and down the path to a nice little beach. After lunching and sitting on the beach and then going for a bit of a ...
... do on our tick list - Monaco Grand Prix, with friends, not on a budget and certainly not in a van with trailer!
From Monaco we headed along the coast and into Italy.. We found a lovely campsite on the beach, Camping del a mare, where each pitch was covered in grapevines - perfect! The facilities were fantastic and it was a good find. So now our Italian adventure had begun.....
... al waiting to get the same bus. He allowed about half-a-dozen more on but those failing to get a ride home were understandably very irate. There followed great strings of agitated exclamations from both the unlucky prospective passengers about to miss out and the bus driver who was becoming extremely agitated with those demanding a place.
Eventually, a couple of the gendarmerie showed up, the bus doors shut, and we were off into the grid-locked traffic ...
... salt and fresh black pepper
Dollop of soured cream
Finely chop the shallot or onion and add, with the crushed garlic, to a pan in which you've heated 1sp of olive oil. Cook the onion until soft, then add the coriander, white wine, salt and pepper. Allow the liquid to come to the boil, then add in the mussels. Put the lid on the pan tightly and allow the mussels to cook in the liquid and their own steam - you only need to cook ...
... in search of an outdoor market they heard about. After a 20 minute uphill walk in search of bocce, I found nothing. My idea of bocce is the 4 wheel drive kind you find up at The Kern or in Carpinteria, or the Malibu beach kind (where you break the plate glass facing of the deck of a famous rocker who eats the heads off bats kind). So much for bocce mecca.