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... the phone long enough to tell us backpacks weren't allowed, even though half the tourists already in the casino were carrying larger ones.... The casino was nothing special - tons of slot machines. Just like we discovered in Macau, there was no atmosphere of fun like in Las Vegas. We didn't even bother to try to go in the "main" casino, due to the cover and general lack of atmosphere. We took a few pictures, checked out the menu of Louis XV by Alain ...
... although we were in a room with windows and Conor was sitting right next to me! ha!), the class was 60 minutes of stretching and a handful of twists. The instructor didn't speak much english, so we said our "Thank-you's" before leaving, and made our way to the bakery for a pastry as we plotted our next steps.
In chatting about more yoga options/activities to give me some sense of independence here in France, Conor suggested he could drive me to the studio in ...
... of our reds as we can't lug any extra weight. We both put in a supreme effort; Relle more so than I, and polished off one of the reds from Saint Emillion. My girl is an absolute champion, not afraid to step up to the plate and take one for the ...
... accompanied the meal with a Heineken and Peter and Netty chose a glass of red vin. Our meals were sensational and our waiter was gorgeous. The city is called Nice la Belle (Nissa La Bella in Niçard), which means Nice the Beautiful, which is also the title of the unofficial anthem of Nice, written by Menica Rondelly in 1912. Nice is the capital of the Alpes Maritimes département and the second biggest city of the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region ...
... are all post war buildings as Genoa was quite heavily bombed during the war. The rugged terrain is not suitable for normal agricultural pursuits so the area specialised in almonds, walnuts and lays claim to being the home to the best pesto. For the uninitiated, pesto does not refer to an annoying person, but to a famous Italian condiment made from basil. We crossed the Italy/France border and soon reached Monaco. We rounded a bend very high up on the mountain road and ...