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A quiet morning to catch up on work, school work, emails and the blog! Then headed out for a nice walk in the 'mountains'. Andy had found a book of walks, all in French tho (love a challenge!) so trying to translate it and find the right place to park and correct path to go on was interesting. This was after the BMW sat nav lady tried to kill us a few times: "please turn sharp right now" when sharp right was over ...
... the harbour that was open for coffee and food. Shops don't seem to open before 10am around here. Who knows what time people start work?? Then with our bikes in tow, we took off to explore what we could of Monaco.
Highlights included -
1. Seeing a red ferrari
2. Having my photo taken on the start line of the Monaco F1 track and pretending i was an F1 driver in about the only car i could probably afford in Monaco!
3. Seeing a ...
... one & asked if he was going to the station . He beckoned us to board so we did. Within minutes he pulled up & every one got off. " finish" he said. So by the time we found another bus 3.30 had been & gone. As I type it is now 4.30pm. We have been waiting for the bus to get us back to Cannes for nearly an hour!! Ray has been bored out of his brain!!! But at least I can say I have been to ...
On the way to Verona, we stopped in Monte Carlo/Monaco. Monaco is a tiny country on the coast of France. It is a well known gathering place for rich and famous people and their yachts. Many successful people have Monaco as their residence because it is a "tax haven". (This means that they pay comparatively low tax).
Monaco is also world known for its classy old casino building, and Formula 1 race along its streets. There were lots of Ferraris around. The shore is ...
... Monday 25th July 2011
After breakfast and saying goodbye to Ed and Vanessa who are taking the long drive home after a little shopping detour to Italy we headed off to Grasse for the first time. Parking easily in the underground car park by the bandstand and perfume houses we started to explore. First of all we went to the Perfume museum of Farigard. I thought this may not be my cup of tea but it turned out just as interesting for me and it was for Lorna who ...