Rossini al Teatro
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... Worst painting ever of a good looking family! TACKY - in my opinion. Everyone is assuming weird positions but linked by the touch of a hand - except Grace oddly.... Flouncy dresses , big flowers in hair.... I actually stood there for a while looking as I couldn't believe what I was seeing. First thing Bruce said - Did you see the painting?!
After consuming ice-cream and buying the least tacky souvenir I could find - which took ...
... to numbers marked around one of the wheels on the bus, and if our number was the one the arrow marked on the wheel arch pointed to when the bus stopped upon arriving at Monte Carlo, then we we would win the kitty of coins. Most of my time at Monte Carlo was spent in the Grand Casino - the location of the James Bond film 'Casino Royale'. A small group of us had dinner there. I had a grilled chicken Caesar salad, which ...
... We were picked up by my relative and made our way back to their wonderful house in the hills just outside of Imperia. Here we rested, showered and read before another relative and their friend turned up for lunch. Lunch was wonderfully Italian and very delicious as we had a couple of course before the cousin had to get back to work. Their friend had the day off so offered to take us out and explore Imperia, we went up to the highest point to an ...
Hopping a quick train to Monte-Carlo, Monaco, tonight we were given a taste of how the other half lives.
And by taste I mean we stalked out their yachts and stood in awe when we were able to catch a glimpse of the interiors. We took pictures by their expensive cars and walked around the Monte-Carlo Casino where they were betting the equivalent of a year's salary when I couldn't find it in me to part with ...
... One interesting feature was a church dedicated to the fraternity who prayed for the dead. They helped widows especially bury their husbands. Inside the walls are decorated with smiling stone skeletons.
We returned to Le Spezia and then on the bus to the ship. The weather had improved so on the return trip I got a glimpse of the Leaning Tower and the Duomo in Pisa.
The next day we arrived in Monte Carlo. Fletcher had been there ...