Hotel Restaurant l'Aiglon
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... on Pizza for dinner. The guy putting the pizza boxes was pretty quick, he entertained us while we waited for our pizza.We bought one each and a beer and headed to the beach. It is legal to drink in the street but not in parks after 4 pm. We had a lovely picnic on the pebble beach, although the wind had come up a bit so it was a little chilly. From here we headed to Waynes Bar, the rugby France verses the All Blacks was playing and the place was pretty packed, we ended ...
... load. I was quiet all day, I just didn't feel like talking because I knew if I spoke the words would just turn to tears. All I wanted right there and then was to a hug from home and a shoulder to cry on telling me everything was going to be fine. The timetable, the work load, the assessments, the earlier than usual starts; all this had made me realise that maybe the holiday moment was over and this was the point in which we would have to face some reality. ...
"That would be Vegas," I confirmed.
As my head hit the pillow, I laughed at the irony that had just occurred to me. I thought Adam would be the one to reach an epiphany after his 500-mile walk on the Camino, where people are driven to walk by a need for self-discovery. But it was I, in the epitome of materialism, that came to the manifestation. Even though the randomness from my night out (i.e. running into an inebriated ...
... photos everywhere to capture the seduction that Nice performs each evening. See the happy people in the plazas?
And it was halfway down to the sea when I realized the IronMan was in town. So I wandered off to photograph the vending area - you can see all the big names in gear, suits, and bikes were there. Lots of athletes were not only on the main street, but then were with me when I went to the Cours Saleya as well. And it ...
... to have a coat and tie and pay 30 euro just to get in. Thats is without a chip being bought.
Lastly I headed over to Prince Ālberts Castle. Here I was rewarded after a small hike with a good view of the city of Monaco. Monaco is small, 2nd smallest in europe after the Vatican.
After this I decided I had seen enough seeing as how I couldnt gamble and there were no Formula 1 cars racing. I did see plenty of Mercedes, Ferrari, ...
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