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 ...
... When we got to the bottom of the stairs, an Italian fellow came up to the Frenchman offering to assist. The Frenchman handed over the suitcase he was helping us with and told us to follow the Italian, which we did.
The Italian was very swift in carrying 2 of the cases up another flight of stairs and pushing them along the platform. The Milan train was in, but the booking I had was for a departure at 10.58am. So guess what? ...
... After lunch, we considered getting the train to Cannes where there was a boat show which we passed through on the way in, but decided to get off in Antibes instead, and check it out. It is a lovely seaside town - crowded with tourists and lots of number of people painting and drawing the city walls and picturesque streets, Tony felt at home with his fellow artists. After walking through the marina admiring the very large boats and the obviously ...
Then we went and got some lunch from a cafe on the beach, I loved the views there, I could just stay there all year round. We had to head back early as we needed to get ready to head to Monaco for the evening, our bus was taking us in so we could see the Casinos. On the way to Monaco the views were amazing, the French Riveria is truly a site to see and we stopped at a lookout so we could take pictures. The drive to Monaco ...
... 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 ...