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... Guelle in Barcelona...at least this is what I noticed. Her colorful female sculptures in which the woman is sculpted largely, very largely that is, are quite well known and I am certain I have seen them before. Alexandra said many of her sculptures are in Germany and I thought maybe this is where I saw them....but I don't know. Sadly Niki died from respiratory problems as working with the acrylics was bad for her health. Since much of her work is ...
... he saw the lcd screen on the camera and there were just a bunch of blurs. He's REALLY going to be disappointed later! Finally, at one stop, while waiting to get to the front of a crowd to see a statue, I watched one older woman take pictures of the same statue for about 15 minutes. She used a flash in every picture, even though the statue was behind glass, and in about 80% of her shots, her finger was there. *sigh*....end sidebar.
Our hotel was just off the ...
... our seats and able to enjoy the ride to the Riveria. We slept some, but the view out our window was incredible. First we went through the French countryside with little farmhouses and horses. Then as we got closer to Nice, the train drove right along the coast with the most magnificent view of the ocean on one side of the train and other coastal towns like Cannes on the other. We arrived in Nice and went straight to the hostel, which was in a perfect location. The staff was ...
... us close to some great boats. Disembarking we head up through the gardens to the palace and arrive at the changing of the guard. We can’t get near the place for tourists. We miss the royal lunch and head down to the market for panini and fizzy water. It’s difficult to walk along the waterfront as preparations for the Grand Prix are in progress, but we weave our way through the ...
... calmed down for us. We didn't need any excursions for this trip, just wanted to walk around and see everything we could see in the short time alotted to us (last tender back to the ship was 15:30). Rick and Kiwani (the couple we met on the train) came with us in the morning we walked up to the top of Monaco to the palace. From their we could see the Kart Race that was going on at the Monte Carlo F1 track. Those have to be the quickest go-carts I've seen.