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... have gone in. I tried to tell you.”
The salesman at FNAC got the camera working, although it’s been a little wonky ever since, and we spent the rest of the day exploring some of the areas of Monte Carlo closer to sea level. We didn't dare risk the climb to The Jardin Exotoque a second time. I'm sure it will still be there when come back to Monte Carlo, for a much longer visit.
* Never heard of a Ressence watch? Obviously you can’t afford ...
I got up this morning at 7.30am, showered, dressed and went downstairs to breakfast. Breakfast was good – fresh breads included. After eating i went back up to the room and got ready for the day. I then went back down to the lobby and used the WiFi for a bit, then i left the hostel.
I walked down the main street, heading for the beach. Along the way i meet up with others from the group at some fountains and we walked to the beach together, stopping and looking ...
We got up on time this morning, and walked down the street to the bakery to buy our breakfast. It took us a little while to figure out the bus schedules, but once we did, we bought a one day pass and hopped on the bus to the Matisse Museum. It's only a small museum but they have some great works by Matisse (no pictures allowed). I especially enjoyed the "Jazz" series, and Mom loved all the paper cutout pieces. We got back on the bus and headed to the Chagall Museum. It was ...
A more relaxing day today. We headed into Nice and by chance
parked next to the only museum we planned to visit. It was closed on Tuesdays!
As were the two art galleries we thought we might like to visit. Bad planning!
So the rest of the day was spent walking along the Promenade
Anglais (along the waterfront), where each bit of pebbly beach had a different
name every 100 metres! There were even restaurants set up on some of the
beaches. It was another ...
... woman in her 40s walks through the gardens of the Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild in Cap Ferrat. She wears red-framed sunglasses, a white blouse, pink short shorts, and white wedge sandals. Her toenails are painted azure.
6. A very elderly woman leans on a cane in a Caromb bakeshop. She is wearing a grey cardigan with holes in the sleeves and backless bedroom slippers.
7, It is the day after a rainstorm has significantly cooled the ...