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... matter. It was the perfect lunch, mussels in a cream sauce, pomme frites and a nice glass(es) of a Provencal rose'. Enjoyed the limoncello that was brought to us at the end. The waiter was a huge flirt & kept us entertained. Thank you Patrick & Jackie for a wonderful first meal in France.
We arrived at their place & wow, for the views they have, not only of Cannes & ...
From Nice we travelled along the coast road to Monte Carlo. Bentleys were like Commodores, Maseratis were like Ford Falcons and Porsches were like Hyundai if your boat was less than 200 foot long it did not look good in the marina. So you could imagine how cool the Poole ...
After a day of driving throughout the French riveria and along the Cote d'Azurwe checked into the hotel dressed ourselves up then took the hour long drive to Monaco. We walked put to the top of the hill to the vantage point looking down onto the smallest country in the world being 1sq mile. This look out is right next to the Palace which was spectacular in itself and a little weird that its right there! We made our way to a small family ...
... had been lifted off my shoulders.We were starting to make more friends and I soon realised that whilst I was busy, I was as happy as I could be. It was only those moments where we weren't doing anything that left me to over think things. I was worrying about the wrong things, and missing the wrong people, but deep down I knew that this is going to be the best thing for me. You look on social network sites at other people's profiles, those who are still ...
... it was magical. And the further we went into the mountains the quainter it became. We stumbled across the restaurant we were headed to and saw a bus load of tourists leaving...I ascended the driveway only to find out they were closed. That was unfortunate! We decided to head to Villefranche-Sur-Mer ( where Ed and I went on our honeymoon) and the streets were lined with restaurants. We went looking for some quaint ones, ...