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... some photos and took sneaky ones of all the flash cars and made our way even further up the hill to the casino. The buildings are all well kept here and I loved the water fountain they had out the front. On the other side of the casino are a few white domes. This is a small shopping center for the rich. With shops like chanel, gucci etc. We saw one store selling a diamond ring for 390,000Eur!
Now it was anout 12:30pm and we were both hungry. But soon relaised ...
... elevate again tonight. No scheduled programme till 1.30 so we breakfasted at 9 then headed off for a wander along the promenade and looked at other things along the waterfront. Took in all the sights, walked along the beach which is stones and uncomfortable I am sure for all the sunbAthers there. They can't mind too much as they were there in their hundreds in varying States of dress or undress. Some burnt black from the sun. The beach itself steeply fell ...
... to see if I could buy a scarf, but they were all made in China or India. So I bought some earrings instead. They're also made in China but ... whatever. I like them.
I rested in the hotel for a while and then went out to walk along the Promenade des Anglais. I found where the bus stop is for the airport, so now I feel good about that. There's a pleasant park a few blocks away from the hotel that has a carousel and several sculptures, and also nearby is a building with an ...
... Grand Prix track. It's approx 3.3 kms. Its great to walk around the Fairmont hairpin bend past the boats in the harbour and thru the main street. This must be a logistical nightmare during the Grand Prix.
Along the way I chose a 'boat' to move onto and found it later on google. Ouch!
During our track walk we stopped on a bend in the shade for the home made lunch and shared a park bench with a lady in red, covered in tattoos. I quickly named her Tarti Tattoo Tara ...
... to Latin and regular American music and seeing floats full of vegetables and cute harvest themes pass by us! Hours later, we returned to our hotel and shared our bed for a good night's sleep.
Fifth lesson: you must stick your hand out to stop a bus or the driver will not stop for you.
After checking out of our hotel, we stored our luggage at the train station since our train was at 7pm and we had a full day ahead of us. We aimed to reach the ...