Suitehotel Residence Kaly
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... stop we walked a couple blocks further and let the bargain hunting commence! The market reminded me so much of the flea markets I've visited in California and in Arizona. As we were in Italy, it only seemed appropriate that just about every other stall was filled with Italian leather goods. My first purchase was two bracelets/cuffs. Conor helped to translate the mans Italian through his French knowledge to tell me that each bracelet was 10 Euro. This is when ...
... for centuries... perhaps to it's demise. It is full of small tunnel like streets and archways, main streets/alleys worn steps climb up to the church. It's not the little corner shop 'open all hours' it's the church.
As the border stop and Friday markets a lot of tourists and visitors from Monaco and out lying areas. Perhaps this compulsory stop on the border will help bring money to the area.
... strangers. Our new friend was Pierre, a recently retired Frenchman whose previous life was (from what we could gather from his coy responses) as a global geo-political researcher. And so began the most bizarre lunch conversation – serious worldly topics and conspiracies, including fuel and oil, world enemies and alliances, and potential future outcomes. I was left with a feeling of doom, and like we might be bombed at any minute or that I ...
... t the bridal cars, just guests. Also while we were waiting for the bus, 3 cars came along and parked in the bus zone, so we were quite interested to see how the bus would cope when it arrived, but when it did eventually come, the driver just stopped in the middle of the road, and all the traffic banked up behind it while we boarded. We haven't yet managed to establish whether they have parking fines in Italy. Speaking of the traffic! The streets ...
... real sight of the Côte d'Azur was just as we left the motorway and descended into Nice. It certainly is a beautiful part of the world, but no nicer than some of the Australian coastline. At least our beaches have sand. I was determined to paddle my feet in the Mediterranean while I was here, but I paid for it with the pain of clambering over the rocks! (Well ok, the locals call them ...