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... station is continually crowded with people just standing watching the board to see when the platform number appears.
We had to catch the slower regional train back to Les Arcs and our rookie error was not to hover near the platform entry and dash to the train. As a result we found ourselves crushed in the doorway, facing standing for the 90 minute trip home. Oh NO! My feet! Luckily we found on seat, then another after 15 minutes, then strategically dashed to ...
... 8211; we enjoyed an
expresso and Kiwi style cappuccino which was actually very good. Would have been a great place for night time
partying with a pool table etc upstairs.
After lunch we walked along the Promenade to ‘Parc de la Colline
Du Chateau’ which is a ruin of a Chateau on top of the hill – we climbed a
great number of steps up the quai des
Etats-Unis (United States), From this
92m hilltop park, the glittering views of ...
... any I have ever been a part of. Head into the Casino after parting way with my entry fee and notice that there are no table games taking place yet, it is still early, around 6:00, so this makes sense to me. However, I am not staying in Monte Carlo and do not feel like waiting around, so decide to head back to the Farimont Casino. Upon arrival, I head to the texas hold 'em table and watch as a couple and a guy play. The couple is doing pretty ...
... sur la Sorgue: The Annency of Provence - water everywhere. On our day 2 drive, drove into the Luberon region of Provence to the rock top town of Gordes. After some jaw-dropping pictures, we went to the Senaque Abbey just outside of Gordes.
By far one of the most vivid memories I’ll have of France was our visit to this 11th century monastery. Its not what was inside the monastery that counted, but outside: Lavender. A couple of fields ...
... for the owner, not the other way around. The young Russian was having difficulty with this notion. Don't know how the deal ended as we finished our meal and decided to take a turn around the neighbourhood. First thing I noted as we walked out the front door of the hotel was the two Ferraris, the two Bentleys and the Bugatti parked on the street. Not a Kingswood in sight. We walked by the casino and up through a park to ...