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Left camp at 8am and heading north in the hope it will be cooler. We are traveling on the main "A" roads which are fairly wide main roads. There is a very big and craggy mountain range running north/south just in from the coast. Stopped at a long strip of beach holiday settlements and walked through a place which looked like you paid to park on their property and change in the little huts and then walk on the board walk and sit on ...
... my mama), and met our waiter, Isaac. He gave us the free aperitif, followed by two more free drinks and 2 rounds of shots of lemoncilo for each of us. This was all in addition to the bottle of white wine we’d ordered. Kyle ordered gnocci and half a chicken and Hannah ordered steak and tagliatelles (and actually got noodles this time). We each got a dessert: Kyle got crème brule and Hannah got a Dame Blanche. We finished our meal and wine ...
... up, the boys were nice shirts and pants and us girls wore dresses. Monaco was sweet! We got off the train and you are right on the water. There were yachts everywhere that I’m sure cost a lot of money. We went straight into the Monte Carlo because it was starting to rain and no one wanted to get their clothes all wet. We paid 10 euro to get in and I played roulette because the minimum bet was only 5 euro. Because all the ...
My original intention today was to hop on a couple of buses to get us to Monaco (which isn't very far from here).
I thought we could start at Cannes city (which Juliet still hasn't visited other than driving through to get to a beach), allow her to explore the big-name stores in the main street, hop on another bus and mosey on down to Monaco and maybe drop in on the king and his new shiela.
Anyway, Juliet had ...
... br> So now I'm holed up in the hostel room, taking in liquids, and contemplating solid food, mostly hoping that all will be fine tomorrow when we have our trek to Italy after a few hours in nearby Monaco. Alex went to the pharmacy this morning and they gave me the French equivalent of Gravol, as well as something else for nausea that I can just dissolve under my tongue. The worst seems to be behind me, I'm just pretty weak after a rough night.
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