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In 1297 the Grimaldi family seized Monte Carlo and have ruled ever since. The principality of Monaco covers 473 acres and would fit inside NY Central Park. The Grimaldi family made their money from gambling, but the whole world watched as Hollywood's Grace Kelly wed Prince Rainer ruler of Monaco.
Monaco because of its favorable tax system makes it one of the most sought after addresses in the world.
Tonight we sail for our final port ...
... with no sand and giant rocks. We had a mini photo shoot with Raul, the Canasian who is actually a Canexican! So confusing. He got some great shots of us and the beach and the sunset so hopefully he will email them to me. After that we walked to dinner in Old Nice and ate at a half seafood half Italian restaurant. Got pizza again. Delicious and of course we walked and got some gelato. We leave for Spain tomorrow and I'm scared I'll never have gelato again. I can't imagine life without ...
... of thw game to keep the rally going even if you have to throw yourself into the pool in a dramatic dive to make the next shot and leave everyone else to keep the rally going while you got back out. Before dinner we used Robs sky account to watch a few overs of the ashes in the garden which was awesome given I hadnt seen any of the first or second tests really. After all of this we had a nice barbeque for dinner with the family who were extremely accomodating of us. ...
... rent bikes, eat at restaurants on the beach, and order drinks from a deckchair. There's no sand though - it's large, grey smooth pebbles which is weird for us Australians who are used to beautiful sandy beaches. They also have restaurants and bars all up and down the beach, and some you have to pay to go into. I think I prefer the Australian more natural approach to beaches (no businesses on the beach!) but it is cool to sip a (usually overpriced) cocktail ...
... artist in Yves Klein. We also visited a public park behind the museum and checked out the large sculptures there-that's where the giant cube head picture came from. After lunch we shopped for souvenirs and bought some things for ourselves. Now we're off to see Coldplay! They have estimated the attendance for the concert to be about 50,000 people! Crazy when you consider the numbers that we can accommodate in Edmonton. Pictures from today and the concert will be posted ...