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... a month in France and had a few instances when people mocked their accent. The woman actually admitted that twice, people refused to speak with them in French and tried English, although English is their second language. :-( They were thinking of visiting Malta next year, so we had quite an interesting, but brief train ride to Monaco.
Officially called the Principality of Monaco, this sovereign city-state is a tax-haven and gambling paradise. ...
... and walked by the harbor. Holy cow the yachts they had in there! I though Cannes was impressive until we walked by this port. I would really just like to find out who these people are and what they do. Maybe it's Italian mafia...wouldn't surprise me there's a lot of Italian influence. We walked our way to Monte Carlo after and took a look around. Walking around it was all BMW, Ferrari, Porsche, and Mercedes. Oh and how could I forget the couple of Rolls ...
... looking Lotus pulled up along side of me. It was Sarah the Swede and her boss that we met earlier.
"Where are you going?" they inquired.
"I’m grabbing a cab back to Nice," I responded.
"Get in! We’re going to Nice too."
If you've ever seen a Lotus you know that it barely fits two average-sized Europeans. How I crammed myself into the car, and how petite Sarah’s legs survived the weight of half of my body on her lap while ...
... from South England. Adorable folks. Chatted a bit, ate a snack, & finally got into a real bed where I could sleep horizontally! And sleep I DID! The whole night. Take THAT, jet lag. POW!
Woke up Saturday very refreshed and ready to experience the south of France. I led a nice 20 minutes of yoga w/ the gals, took a dip in their large French pool, 'walked the grounds', then embarked on our day of exploring that area, which Sophie ...
... in decadent Monaco and the famous Monte Carlo casino. The crystal blue water and rocky beaches of the Cote d’Azur lined with grandiose hotels, enormous marinas and boats worth more than Peru’s annual GDP.
We don’t feel like we quite fit in, but love the spectacle… It’s like we’re on a holiday from our holiday!
- French women… enough said!
- Fine (cheap) wine, sipping decent red for ...
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