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Just a block off the water. Very clean with brand new modern renovations and a quaint, romantic aesthetic.
I recommend it!
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There's been a request for more Lawrence... Lawrence is my Soul Twin as he calls it, or the Bizarro World me, as I call it. He did tell me he loved me last night, but he's 28, and going through a break-up with his still live-in girlfriend. He's confused, but swears it's not a rebound so I'm trying to be sensitive to his current reality. What I do …
... moored in the bay yesterday!
Beaulieu Sur Mer has really steep hills behind the town with some houses perched right on top of the cliffs. It's a very relaxed and friendly town with lots of apartments and holiday makers including Fench, Italian and English. We sat next to some Australians this morning at a cafe who were from Perth and said they come here every year!
There was a little fiesta going on in the town on our last night with merry-go-rounds and ...
... the buses is very very full. We head up the hill to the Palais and watch the changing of the guards and sweating up a storm in the heat.
We wander along the port at the huge huge yachts parked up. I seriously don't understand why we couldn't just borrow one for a day.
The Casino is around the far side and is quite ...
... grave of Marc Chagall, a famous French painter who lived here and died in 1985. He painted the auditorium ceiling of the Paris Opera, above the chandelier. His grave had small stones placed on it indicating he was Jewish. We then took our time wandering around the streets, looking in and around houses and shops at some of the unique features and enjoying a gelato. We were in the main street just after a bus arrived and it was a sea of people flowing up.
We had ...
... to assure us that although this event seemed eccentric, it was actually Beatrice's comment on her failed marriage).
The Baroness's 4 acre garden was designed and redesigned to her exacting tastes and specifications. It showcased sculptures, fountains, and the many plant species she had seen on her extensive travels to exotic locales. From the home's upstairs balcony, the ...