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... why so may people return there to simply revisit a superb work of art, and cultural heritage.
Took heaps of photos, and headed south towards Amboise for the Chateau Royal. On the way we happened upon a Caravan of Gypsies or (Roms). The Gendarmerie had them stopped on the highway east of the town, and the caravan stretched for any kilometres. Bizarre.
Chateau Royal. The most frequented by Francois the 1st, it’s ...
... and visited Monte Carlo. How the rich and famous live. If the size of the yachts and brands of cars is anything to go by, they are very well off. We went into both casinos but not into the gambling areas. You have to leave all your bags and cameras at the front desk. No photos allowed at all. Very ornate building. We couldn't even afford anything in the souvenir shop. Nice views around town and nice to sit for a while in the fresh ...
Now in France, we can sense our amazing road ...
... It would have been a good shot. Also the general sprawl of people sitting out alrfresco drinking beer in the afternoon sun was a nice scene. I came back into town later on with some more camera charge so you'll see some old town photos all at about 8:30pm. The sun was just setting on the old buildings then. Perfect to sit outside, enjoy some live music, and just take in these lovely surroundings.
I love Europe!
... and Princess Grace who kept popping up all over the city! We walked all around the town and got a lot of photos overlooking to water, flash boats and city. We wound up to the palace and we decided to go in and have a look around. I really like looking in these type of places because they are still in use and I can relate a lot more to what is happening knowing that events are still held here. There are heaps of small streets with markets ...