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 ...
... set up for that as well as for Bastille Day festivities which will happen on July 14.
For those of our travelers who like fashion, we were able to pass by and photograph the original Louis Vuitton store. It had some really cool decorations, and likely some really high prices. We learned what the French do when they can't afford things, or just want to browse. The French term translates to 'window licking' because browsers drool over what they can't afford, but ...
Left the campsite and got on the road towards Monaco. When we arrived we drove round the town on some of the roads that are used for the formula 1 race. Driving through the tunnel was ace, a Ferrari came up behind us and I couldn't resist putting my foot down to see if he would bite. He did and it sounded and looked awesome. Flash ...
... 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 ...
... day on the beach, soaking up the French Riviera sun. It was wonderful. My only complaint was that in Nice there is no sand, only the palm-sized smooth rocks. After six hours of laying on them you begin to feel the effects in your back muscles. We wanted to rent one of the numerous lounge chairs and umbrellas available but they were all insanely expensive – 15-20 euro for the day or 10-15 for half day. No merci. Despite the rocky edge we enjoyed our day lounging in the ...