La Colombe d'Or
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... Well maintained. Apparently all the celebs go to the Colombe d'Or. Fancy restaurant at the entrance to the village. Every other shop in the village seems to be an art dealer. After visiting the grave of Marc Chagall in the cemetery and the rather dark and gloomy church, we went into one of the galleries. Some lovely paintings - one quite Michael Smithers like with bright blue skies, floaty clouds and incorporating newspapers. Boys now learning about ...
... though! The sea is the most amazing colour. A true azure blue with what looks like the most beautiful white sandy beach but turns out to be very large white stones. It certainly wasn't somewhere I would lay my towel and sit in the sun all day.
Before we got to Nice I had this strange feeling that we would bump into someone we knew from home...we did. We went into a tiny little café for some lunch when a few girls walked in and I turned to Shane ...
... table, roulettes and pokies around the place. I really thought it would be a lot more expensive but it was relativity reasonable. I played the pokies, putting in 5euro wining 8 back then buying a 5 euro chip I thought I did alright but wasn't game enough to waste anymore! After this we went to a bar called the Budha bar which is the first building you come across when walking up the hill to the Monte-Carlo. We all ended up having some YUMMY cocktails, I ...
... and I could not miss it. I bet you all know where this is going. To cut to the chase, the Casino looked like it would be really nice with all those pretty lights if I was not so worried about the fact that I was lost in the middle of the night in a city that speaks little English, me no French, driving on the wrong side of the road, BANG, not again. This time the passenger mirror flew off. The guy who picked it up was most friendly and offered directions that worked for a ...
... We have, however, never been here before in July and after being in the Dordogne for a week where it was nice and quite, are finding ourselves being rather annoyed at all the tourists. Saint-Paul or Saint-Paul-de-Vence is a walled town and one of the oldest medieval towns on the French Riviera, it is well known for its modern and contemporary art museums and galleries such as Fondation Maeght which is definitely worth a ...