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Alors, have you made your guesses and tabulated your results on the French/Not French quiz? Thanks for playing, and I look forward to your feedback on our assessments.
1) Madame T-shirt and Fannypack:
Not Francais. French women might wear such a T-shirt to do their housecleaning, but never in public. Although, come to think of it, this suggests they actually bought such a T-shirt in the first place, which is doubtful. And a fanny pack? S'il... ...
This morning we went to a perfumery called Fromegard that was about an hour away from our campsite. It was on the side of a mountain and had lovely views. We were told about how the perfumes were made and then sampled a few. We then spent some time in the shop and I bought a little perfume. :) From there we headed to Nice and had a few hours there. The girls and I walked up and down the Main Street and along the beach, and then the ...
As I mentioned in a previous blog entry, Jeff and I visited some of the towns you'll find on the Côte D’Azur. Here’s a continuation of my impressions of the places we saw:
In doing research on Cagnes-sur-Mer, the town’s tourist website was hard to navigate and it was not very user friendly in terms of gleaning information on what there’s to see and do here. Jeff and I wanted ...
We took a train from Nice to see Monaco, which has been a sovereign monarchy for over seven centuries. Its spectacular site on top of sheer cliffs jutting into the Mediterranean (known as "the Rock of Monaco") made it an impregnable fortress, protecting its independence through the ages. Nowadays it is one of the wealthiest countries ...
... of cars hitting the walls is ever present. Keeping this in mind and remembering how I have said over and over that the streets in Europe are very narrow, well the same is true in Monaco and I can’t imagine how any type of race could be held downtown without anyone getting hurt but they somehow do it year after year. I have included pictures of both the palace and the cathedral in Monaco. We got ...