Domaine De L'Albatros
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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I can't believe that so much time has passed since I arrived here in the south of France to stay in my old school friend's house while she was studying in Nepal for 3 months.
My aim was to find a job here and then move into a small apartment and live here for a year or more. I have sent out over 50 applications, and have FINALLY had success. I got through two gruelling interviews to work for Edmiston's, a well regarded yacht chartering business ...
... food (we looked up some stuff and it was pretty scary) and were kinda tired of pizza so we went to Japanese and sushi. I was happy. Then we came back to the room and are settling in for the night. My mom is currently laying in bed and watching something French on TV. No English.. Lol only one week till were home.. It's going by too fast! So tomorrow will have more pictures. Not much to see with what we did today. So until next time, ...
When I arrived, I walked around, saw and thought about going into the Oceanography Musee and decided that I have already seen everything it was offering at either Underwater World, Sea World, or the MN Zoo. lol. But it was a great view and lots of fun to explore. Everything here is more expensive but that is to be expected... it is Monaco after all.
I sat on ...
... quick stop at the Casino and then headed back to Nice. We stopped at an Irish pub for happy hour and got Mom really drunk and then had dinner in the old part of Nice. After dinner, the city was alive. There was an enormous music festival covering the entire city. Elyse and I split up with the parents and checked out the festival and the different kinds of music before going back to the hotel for the ...
... and there is a lot of terracing. The coast is on the left and as we get closer to Monaco we get more and more glimpses of the Mediteranean and the towns that hug the coast. There is much excitement as we drop into this principality which covers one square mile. We walk from the coach park up to Monte Carlo ...