A move to Myrtle Beach involves more than just the journey and home selection, but it also means you are starting out with zero “favorite spots.” Finding the best food in the area takes time, but it can certainly be a fun project! Also, there will be some “trial and error” shopping outings before you zero in on “your” kind of places.
Monaco is the world’s second-smallest country, located on the French Rivera, between France and the Mediterranean Sea. It is tiny, with only one major city and loads of luxury, all squeezed into less than one square mile. Monaco is considered to be one of the most expensive places to live in the world, with average real estate prices hovering around $8,,000 per square foot. It has the highest GDP per capita and over 70% of the population are millionaires, most from generational wealth.
The food scene in St Tropez blends the essence of French cuisine with rich Mediterranean flavors. The area offers so many options, from quaint cafes to Michelin star restaurants – and we wanted to experience as many as we could. One of our favorite parts of traveling to new places is indulging in novel foods and local specialties. A distinctive feature about dining in St Tropez is that most restaurants simply offer two seating times, at 8 pm and 10 pm. Depending on the restaurant, the latter seating often comes with a burlesque-inspired show, featuring dance and other forms of entertainment. It’s also common to find establishments that host live music or feature DJs, creating wonderful ambiance to enjoy the evenings in style.
St Tropez has been on my dream travel list for years and I couldn’t wait to see it all. This charming coastal town is located in the southeastern part of France, in the French Riviera region. It is famous for its stunning beaches, luxurious lifestyle, and vibrant nightlife, making it a popular destination for both tourists and celebrities. St Tropez was even MORE than I expected it to be. We fell in love…and discovered that St Tropez was the perfect place to return to over and over again.