Hotel des Parfums
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... saw a excavator perched on a small barge working on the building site alongside. Every building has a dock of some sort and all goods are transported into them by boat. It was a fascinating look at how ingenious this population has become at living their lives surrounded by water. Don't think that they have got totally on top of the sewerage issues as in several places there was a distinct odor. We hopped on and off the ferry whoever it took our whim and strolled ...
... indulged in a garlic-heavy tomato pasta with parmesan and oil bread, followed by fresh strawberries and coffee as we watched the town pass by.
Back at the house we packed herbal concoctions, flavoured salts and tisanes; ready for potential sales on Tuesday's tour. This was followed by a swim in the guest pool and a meander through the gardens before returning to help with dinner preparations and to sit chatting, eating and drinking into the night.
... On the way to France, the autostrada follows the coastline of the Italian Riviera which gives you some lovely views of the Ligurian Sea (it basically becomes the Mediterranean Sea between France and Monaco) and then once you're into France, you are in the heart of the French Riviera. We got to Grasse fairly early, so we decided to head up into the hills behind Grasse to Gourdon, a perched village, that is at an altitude of 760 m and has an awesome view over the Loup Valley. ...
... waiting for the next train, just after 7:30. The extra sleep would have been nice but oh well, no looking back now the train is here. As the doors open, we make sure to be amongst the first people to board, and find out that it is standing room only, so we find a nice spot in the isle and wait for someone to get off at a later stop.
We get off the train in Monaco, the city that I have seen on T.V. for numerous ...
After several days of laying on the beach, we decided it was time for a bit of exercise. With Monaco ~20km away from Nice, and a very scenic coastline in between the two, we had an obvious candidate for what to do. 30Euros and two rented bikes later (thank you Roller Station), we were on our way. - Michelle had some concerns: what if we got lost, what if it's too far, how much traffic will there be, is Monaco so expensive that ...