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Today we had a half day tour of the rock (old) area of Monaco. We went to a good sightseeing vantage point and took photos. Next the bus parked in a garage and we took escalators and a lift and finally ended higher up. We walked through a public garden (probably the only bit of garden in Monaco). We saw where Princess Grace and Prince Rainer were married. It was a lovely church. We ended up in the square outside of the ...
... The beach itself was rocks. I sat on the rocks talking with people and watching the scene around. There were a few topless ladies on the beach as well during this time. Eventually i left after about 1 hour and walked along the Promenade, taking pictures here and there. I walked to the end and found the lift to get up to the top of the chateau hill. There were no lines as not many people know about this. At the top i explored around some of the ruins, saw the waterfalls and some ...
... I love Chagall, so I really enjoyed it. They also included free audio guides with admission, so we were able to learn a lot about Chagall's work. We both loved the windows in the auditorium of the museum. It started raining while we were in the Chagall Museum, so instead of going to the beach like we were hoping to, we went to the Museum of Contemporary and Modern Art. There was a big Alexander Calder sculpture outside, and a couple smaller ones inside the museum, so ...
... We saw 2 brave souls swimming.
Then it was up to the Place Massena where you could stand on
the fountain and dodge the water spouts.
We meandered through the narrow streets of the old town and
then took a free lift up to the site of an old fort overlooking the harbour with
good views across the city.
Having watched the finish of the Paris Nice cycle race a few
times now, it is obvious the French will do anything for the sport as it
... and a breeze is blowing off the harbor. A woman in her 50s sits with her husband, eating lunch at a stairside cafe. She is wearing a swimming pool blue, sleeveless cotton dress. She frequently rubs her bare arms to try to stay warm.
8. A man in his 30s peruses outdoor menus with his wife along a cobbled street above the Villefranche harbor. He is wearing a T-shirt with an Abercrombie and Fitch logo, long basketball shorts, and athletic sandals.