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... who new where the elevators were, quite amazing how it has all been set out.
Got back on board the ship and checkd out how Zac had got on left to his own devices, he had been for a swim and of course watched a movie.
Cleaned ourselves up ready for cocktails and dinner, shrimp and fish on the menu tonight, the food is really good, Zac is eating lots of new and different meals although double desserts his favorite.
... it wasn't the final stop of the train and it would leave very quickly (I had learned my lesson by almost missing my stop in Freiburg once).. We managed to get everybody (including Pap-who was in the bathroom), along with all of our luggage out of the train before it quickly departed.. After picking up 2 rental vans, we made our way towards our Chateau in the small village of Loriol-du-Comtat. Of course our French GPS wasn't quite right and brought us to a small French farm ...
... gave us the o.k. to go explore Monaco for a few hours. I hadn't realized how suffocated I'd felt on the boat with all the craziness going on, being confined to the galley and crew quarters for several days now. Heading outside being able to roam free was like getting out of school for the summer, FREEDOM! For 2 hours, but I'll take it! We walked around the town and saw the Monaco Grand Prix. The fifth night of the trip the owner left the boat to ...
... and lost which sucked so we all ended up losing all our money, most of us took 50euros except I think for piers who lost 100. In and out in about 45minutes I think. Went and got changed and then met back up with Jen and Hollie who didn't come in. Chilled out on the waterfront and we all had a beer. Went back to catch the train and someone thought it was arriving so we ran through the station which was a bit of a run, sounded so funny all the jandels slapping the ground and ...
... to Monaco (a region of the smaller than one square mile country is called Monte Carlo). Despite its small size, it is the richest country in the world mainly due to its lack of personal taxes and its incredibly profitable casino, which we got to see (adults only could enter, girls got to hang outside, more on that in a bit). In the bus, our guide, Carmen, told us some gossip about the royal families.
We saw the site of ...