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... methods of making perfume but most intriguing was by placing perfumed flowers on a slab of animal fat. The fat absorbs perfume, the petals are changed daily but it takes about 3 months to get what is required. This method is not used today due to our desire to have things more quickly. After seeing the laboratory and soap machinery, we were escorted to the sales room where we got to sample lots of smells. Wendy and John snuck out a bit early to get some fresh ...
... Hercule) to the other side, for 2 euros - although it was included in our bus ticket. Very quiet electric boat. Great views of the magnificent boats. We came back across and got back on the bus, which then continued on past the Japanese Gardens out to the east where the only beach is. Most of the shore is extremely rocky and with high cliffs, or else is marina. The bus turns around out here, and we then got off near the Grimaldi Forum. Some of the bus route is ...
... instead of the train which was around 6 euro's and the view was worth the trip. Unexplainable. I'll just post a picture and you can use your imagination :) My plan was to go to hot yoga at 8 but after the hours trip there and back to Monaco and the beach I wasn't interested in the long walk to the studio, the class then the long walk home at 10pm so I just got drunk instead! We had a new girl in our room - Joan Marie from South Africa. She had just finished her season working as ...
... luggage. Once we were good we headed back
out for another walk around and explore. I got some macaroons to fill up
the box I had gotten from Laduree and half depleted. I had seen cheap
macaroons at a lovely store nearby so we searched for it. Found it! 1.10
euro for one, that was cheap comparatively. Then they were selling
packs of 2 for 0.60, that were damaged slightly. I didn't care they
would taste the same! So I got one pack of 2 and 2 single, so I got 4 ...
... and the prescient owner accepted their paintings as payment in lieu of cash.
Then we walked past the metal cylinder that serves as a barrier to keep non-residents from driving into the village. It’s about the width of a telephone pole, two feet tall, and sinks down into a hole in the road to allow passage when the nearby card reader is activated. (As residents, we were proud to have one of the coveted cards). When ...