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... the south of France producing creative works. There were not much art to see but the sea view there was magnificent!
It was a very hot and sunny day. We had late lunch and drove into Cannes where we were staying for a couple of nights at a rented flat with seaview.
... in his mannerisms and timing. None of our day time chums attended this so it was Roisin and I against the world…the World won!!! It was a lot of fun. Each team was given a number, answers were then written on the slips of paper provided then running down to the front of the theatre to hand the answer in. I got a special mention when I wrote that the artist who sang Tears in Heaven was that relatively unknown half-wit brother to ‘Slow Hand’: Eric Clampton. We ...
... be great if they weren't alcoholic and they didn't affect your walking or speaking control. I would've ordered them all if they weren't alcoholic. So, what does alcohol and bars give you after a few shots and feeling slightly light headed? That's right... we made friends!! Even better, French friends!! I swear it's the Australia accent. It's a ripper advantage. People love it and they can tell straight away. The first thing anyone says when I say I'm from Australia is, 'Ah ...
... up at 75, went back
down to 35. Bugger!!! Fun though. It's all for the experience really.
Getting slightly addicted... Oops.
I'd never even been to a casino before Nice!! Haha. Simon lost most of his winnings (80 euro) last night. But at least he didn't minus in actual money!
Good fun but! And Monaco was beautiful - well worth our little excursion.It got to 8.40 and we thought we should head back for the train. Of course we went past many more sweet ...
... because AIFS payed for it. From the top of the mountain you can really see how far you have to climb through the village. We had a lot of time in Eze, so we wandered around and bought some souvenirs before going home. I met a very nice french woman in one of the shops who spoke perfect English. She is in her 30s, and has a teenage daughter. It was fascinating to talk to her because her accent was not of ...