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... to be able to log into the internet and not have to wait for ages or constantly be logged off. We arrived at the hotel mid afternoon and after about 1/2 an hour to settle in and get dressed up we were off to Monaco for dinner and a visit to Monte Carlo Casino. Our meal was delicious, starting with a caprese salad that was very fresh, we are going to make these when we get home, using quality mozzarella, tomatoes, lettuce and pesto. ...
Today was an active day. Due to construction, our bus route was changed, which took longer so we walked like Tim walks out to the football field-- hurriedly and with great purpose. We arrived at the school at 8:27, just in time. The staff were all incredibly welcoming and helpful. I soon learned their names are Chloe, Camille, and Stan, and like my esteemed colleagues down E-hall, they present clearly and passionately. The only negative impression ...
... of the last night parade for the Citrus Festival--something our little town takes quite seriously.
This year's theme was the regions of France, ...
The Principality of Monaco is the second smallest of the world's sovereign states with an area of just under 2 km2. Only Vatican City in Rome is smaller (and we will go there soon!). Monaco is of course famous for its F1 race, being a tax haven for the rich and famous and its royal family. Of the country’s 35,000 inhabitants less than 10,000 are true 'locals’ and only they are provided with completely tax-free living – although ...
... toys to look
at, but not much else. Walking through the old quarter proved to be much
more interesting. Narrow cobbled lane ways lined with shops selling
everything from clothing, spices (the aroma is intoxicating), meats,
fruit and vegetables, shoes, crafts, etc etc. As well, there are
numerous small cafes and bars scattered throughout the area. A
fascinating place to wander around in.
The high point of the ...