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... Veille ville was a place to go, so we hopped on the really nice buses and went. I feel like you can tell the quality of a city by how clean the bus windows are. For real though, cleaning bus windows is something that cities probably do monthly, if you can afford to do it daily, you're doing something right. Then again, I don't think Monaco really did anything right, it's just out of this world rich. At one point, I thought to myself, if I ever make millions of dollars a year ...
... that time the English amongst others had discovered this part of France and would come down Nice for the sunshine. At that time the esplanade was wall-to-wall hotels, there are still a few left and some others away from beach but still with a great view. Our view was of the beach (stoney). Next to the beach was a wide walkway, then 2 lane road and then the building line. On the two days we were there we ...
... streets feeling sorry for ourselves, and taking in the magnificent scenery of the beach, streets and castle up on the hill. I bought a few new outfits one of which was going to be worn to the Monte Carlo that night. We all made our way back to the hotel early afternoon to have a quick nap and get ready for the grand casino. Dinner was just around the block from the Monaco Castle which was so beautiful to look at with it all lit up. It was however the worst weather we ...
... when she is in a city with one.
It was quite delicious! As it was a bit expensive, I just went with an appetizer,
however when I got my nachos, I could have fed an army with them….and they were
oh so good! They were actually the best nachos I have ever had in a restaurant.
Usually there are too many chips for the amount of stuff they put on top, but
the ratio there was just right. And I can’t even remember what was on them, but
it was delicious. : ) ...
... she says, "Oh, yes! My husband and I are from Georgia, and this is our first trip to New York City! I'm so excited!"
As we wait for Provencal trains, dinners, and traffic lights, Lorne and I often play a game I developed and dubbed "French/Not French." The object of the game is to guess whether a passerby is French, only taking into consideration the context and how the person dresses and/or behaves. We each have to register a guess ...