Hotel Normandy Cap d'Ail
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... we go to the Carrefour.....like a Woolies or Coles.......we thought. Never have we seen such food, and never this way displayed. Totally amazing...and half the price of OZ. Here we are in one of the worlds richest places and they are paying $2.50 a kilo for tomatoes. Seafood stands, the deli, the fruit....these people live like Kings! Oh, the benefits of paying no tax...who would have thought. So then how does that work we ask ourselves? How does this amazing ...
... previously eluded our view, and resumed climbing. The road turned away from the coast before yielding the Final Col, after which I lazily tried to extend my journey and to avoid the inevitable by stopping several times for photos on the descent. But then it was back down and into traffic that grew heavier and heavier as we plunged further into ...
... some old guy standing behind us.
We waited a few hours for the earlier races before the drivers came around on the track on the back of a truck to wave to the fans. Soon all the grandstands filled up, as did our general admission area. We could see the "Rocher" general admission area far up on the hill and it was packed, although I'm guessing their view was nowhere near as good as ours.
... hand motions to herself. So I apologize now for the fact that these posts are probably going to start giving out way too much information. This is also me hinting at the fact that everyone should write me emails filling me in on their life because I am getting desperate for attention.
Anyway, in order to make my brief time in Cap d'Ail appear educational I made a list of everything I have learned since I have been ...
... to fall in love with France! To top it off, the meal was only 18 euros including a small carafe of wine and a coffee. Over the next few days, I would try everything from beef tongue to fish soup to veal liver to "socca" (a local specialty flatbread made of chickpeas). I even tried the ubiquitous salade nicoise which really isn't my cup of tea.
I went on a day trip to Monaco and Eze Village. All the restaurants in Monaco ...