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... but definitely liked. It seemed like every third car that drove by the casino was something that people only dream about. It is of course highly possible that the drivers were doing their version of "blockies" to show theie cars Lots of typical tourists were taking photos of the cars. Wendy took a few but only to show Andrew!!! John is currently reviewing his thoughts on the type of car we should own and how many ...
... as the macaron! We headed "home" for a beer and bolognese crisps in the garden and a chat with le chat, and a internet/kindle sesh. We're starting to get the hang of late dinners now! This time at a cheaper restaurant..Pete really felt like cornflakes for dinner, unfortunately this wasn't on the menu. I gave giving my order in French, and he seemed to understand as (very quickly) afterwards arrived my risotto. Perhaps Pete should have tried ...
The sun was shining, the sea was sparkling – we were in the ultimate playground of the rich and famous.
On board a Monte Carlo hop on hop off bus, we were able to take in where the wealthy play – a tax haven and home to one of the oldest and most famous Formula One Grands Prix – the starting grid visible as we drove past.
We travelled ...
... discovered that besides the super yachts, fashion and beautiful people St Tropez is famous for, it also is infamous for its lengthy traffic delays. With 1 road in and out of the peninsula village, traffic jams are known to take 4 hours to navigate. Plus we read, car parking could cost 40€. With this in mind, we decided to park at Sainte Maxime and catch the shuttle ferry across the bay. This worked out well - boats depart every 15 ...
... Italian restaurant before going to Monte Carlo and its famous casino. This is the place to be seen, and the car park outside was crammed with expensive fast cars. There was an Aston Martin, but no 007. Inside the roulette and black jack were fun to watch but the minimum bets a little daunting. We returned to our hotel driving on part of the Grand Prix track tired after the long ...