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... beach road" at Nice and it looked rather picturesque. The "beach" was quite a few kilometres long. Of course it was really pebbles but the water looked so very clear and a lovely colour. Soon we stopped for lunch in the old town of Nice. This was a rather unexpected treat or us. We quickly found a shop that sold baguettes and bought one that was a whole lot bigger than we thought it would be. John also had an ice cream. Next we ducked through the arch, crossed ...
We woke up and went to the pool and played on our LILO and had heaps of fun. Then we had breakfast and got ready for going out. We got in our car to head to another country for a day. The country was called Monaco. On the way we went through a million tunnels so it took 1h to get there. Fortunately on arrival we found a good park. Then we went to a princess' palace and watched the changing of the guard out the front. Our hair was soaking with sweat so we had ...
OH MY GOD!!!!! Monaco is absolutely gorgeous!! This place is literally breath taking. The building are beautiful, the water is beautiful, and the people are beautiful. Everyone here drives a fancy car (at least in the states we would consider these really fancy). We saw a taxi and it was a Benz. Chris told us that we needed to make sure that we didn't drop any trash because it's a 1000 euro fine if you litter, I don't even want to know what that is ...
... to play the Dirty Dancing slots at one of the world's most famous casinos.
Surprisingly, no millionaires invited us back to their yachts. I thought for sure we would be partying with P. Diddy or George Clooney by the end of the night. Oh well. Seeking out the city's cheapest dinner was fun too.
After an unforgettable night in Eze, we caught a taxi down to Monaco. The second we got there, we knew where in the world we were. Ever the careful pedestrian, I would look right, left and right again when crossing the road. The exercise normally lead to sighting a brand new Rolls Royce and/or Bentley, a well made-up woman carrying an (so Susman tells me) $15,000 handbag, and a man in a large top hat twiddling an impressive moustache with his manicured ...