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... breath) to get to the top. We defiantly found our thirty getting to the top of this "little hill"
When we finally made it to the top, a little exhausted we had a little breather and headed into the village. It was a fortified medieval village with narrow streets filled with boutique shops with crafts and arts cobbled streets and bougainvillea covering the walls. The rooms had been carved out of the rock and were cave like once inside. We walked around and ...
... Between Monaco and Pisa, apparently there are 167 tunnels. (Again, Katrina....you might like to stress that we only have two.....but only do this if he seems a bit hesitant.... Thanks.) I started counting the tunnels...but only got up to 7 before they started throwing food at me. I was a bit offended....but on the other hand, well stocked upon food. Auntie Joan...welcome to the blog. I am really enjoying myself and we have a great bunch on the bus. Glad Mum and Dad were ...
... there were a million sodas and a million things to eat. It was soooo amazing! Luc had a dog named Wookie. He was really cute. When he got excited, he sneezed. He was a mixed dog.
My grandma and sister Abby stayed in a different apartment together.
A few days later, my Mom said that we were going to go to Marineland ...
... even though we were feeling so down. It was a great night.
We spent the evening in Monte Carlo! The drive on the cliff roads along the French Riviera was astounding. I couldn't have imagined it to look nicer.
We walked through Monte Carlo at dusk - couldn't have been prettier - and saw the Formula One track from a week or two ago.
Our dinner was fabulous - outside on a quiet, cobbled street at ...
It was laundry day today so we headed off in search of a laundromat. Thank God for the internet- how else would you find things! And thank goodness for Sheila in the car, or we would never have located this place! Anyway, we found the laundromat in downtown Nice, amongst the markets and local shops. We wandered around whilst our washing washed, had a cafe au lait and checked out the local ...