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... her run wild through the water fountain with a bunch of other kids. This girl is destined to be a marathon runner, she must have ran back and forth across the 200 yard water fountain 10 times non-stop, with me in tow behind her. Screaming the whole way, attracting everyone in the parks attention in a totally cute, beautiful child kind of way.
Another bribe of ice cream to get her to leave the water fountain even after 30 solid minutes of running and splashing in it. ...
Mark was very interested to discover that even Prince Albert has the same creeping oxalis as we do.
Monaco only covers 1.9 sq km in total, smaller than NY Central Park. Full of skyscrapers and apartment blocks, its residents have the highest per capita income in the world…all tax free of ...
... du Verdon are a series of gorges along the stream and tributaries that flow into Lac Ste Croix. The rim can be circumnavigated by road and it can take many hours. There are a vast number of viewpoints where often spectacular views of the cliffs and river below can be seen and we stopped at a great many. It was quite a long trip wending our way around the side gorges often taking us many k’s away from the main gorge. There are one or two hotels that sit ...
... or another rather well. I felt great this week with the material and nothing really seemed to faze me. I spent a lot of time with Celina as well; she seems to understand that my class has gone a bit further so she has stepped up the vocabulary as well in our conversation. In fact, on Tuesday I spent nearly 8 hours with her downtown as usual working on new words, I have yet to remember the majority of them however.
The next day we met up with her cousin, Alexina, ...
... plans can go agley, and there was nothing between Roquebrune Cap Martin and Grasse, as we had chosen the shortest route via the spectacular and terrifying Grande Corniche, and the less spectacular Autostrada A8 (three lots of tolls - €1.10, €1.40 and €2.80 for a shortish trip). So brunch it was at Le Georgio's in the old part of Grasse.
Now for most of our time in Italy we believed that Italians learned how to make ...