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Monaco was exciting! The landscape was unlike anything I've ever seen. The roads were narrow and winding and fun to drive, the food was simple and complex, the city was quaint and extravagant, full of nature and technology... Monaco is a contradiction.
The harbor is equally beautiful in the evening and during the day... the small sailboats line up along side luxury yachts and ...
... per item not load and that would cost like a weeks accommodation to have clean clothes. We had afternoon tea of macarons on the wharf at the beach. The French man at the macaron place got confused because meg and I ordered after the boys and he said 'I thought the guys bought enough for four' hehe no. Meg an I got three each. I got a vanilla, Nutella and a caramel. Very yummy! Walking back to the hotel locals had set up some stalls selling ...
... cones and stopping suddenly to look in a shop window, blocking the narrow way. We revisited the old church at the highest point in the village. Then we tracked down the shop of our German friend Giesela, proprietress of Les Trois Etioles. It had moved to another part of the village, but the fabulous home-made liquors were alive and well. Carole and I toasted little glasses of fig liquor, which was beyond scrumptious.
There were two last stops on ...
Friday 28th September
I woke up early, not wanting to disturb anyone I packed my bag in the semi darkness.
Others were awake so I had a cup of tea and then got my gear together for the taxi at 8 o clock.
Everyone walked me down to the main gate (to make sure I left the premises Ha) We went through the handshakes and hugs and I told them I was big enough to wait for ...
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- Pets allowed