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... penny (probably not as much as Switzerland will, but that is tomorrow). Then we headed back to the Grand. We past on going in as it was €10 and it was more interesting to people watch and car watch. Wow the cars are amazing. In car heaven!! What was also great was getting to see so much of the Monarco GP track. The starting point, the tunnel and the hair pin. Still on my bucket list is to go to a GP here. One day!! So tired on the way home. Have a big trip ...
... so Travis jumped in]). The train to Nice is scenic as it borders the Italian Riviera -- we're jealous of all of the people who were out there today instead of stuck in a train station...
Our hotel was a short walk from the train station and easy to find, thanks in part to GPS. The room is pretty small, but has everything we need (wifi, shelves, hot water boiler, fridge, A/C). The guidebooks said that most restaurants open for dinner around 7pm and only have ...
... got ourselves a little lost in Nice. Lots of live music coming from small restaurants and bars and many people out and about. We walked back to a seaside seat as it was a beautiful balmy night and the sun was setting....and once again David marvelled at the expensive boats.
We've really enjoyed Nice - time for bed.
Italy (Cinque Terre region) ...
... policeman, and I encouraged Dad to ask him to take a picture together. So Dad shared his business card and introduced himself, and the policeman was more than happy to pose for a picture with Dad. He also walked us to the bus stop while chatting about how being a policeman in Monaco is not too tough a job, not like Chicago. Finally, he directed us to the bus and told us which stop to look for with the train station - all of this without us asking! Very ...
... positive. No, I couldn't imagine living in the expensive high rise mansions I saw, nor did I want to, but Monaco was also full of normal, everyday people doing normal everyday things, and going home to normal everyday houses. I just loved it.
I started at the central market square, Place d’Armes, where the everyday people shop, and after exploring the stalls outside, I went to see what was inside the complex at the back, which was where I found Chez Roger’s. ...