The cars started to "varoom, varoom", the ladies went shopping, sunning on the beach, on yachts, and men started jumping out of Monaco helicopters. During the day the best mode of transportation in Monte Carlo, remains the Vespa, water taxi, or your two legs as the Principality goes into lock-down, while the cars zip, zoom and varoom around the circuit and come wiping around the The Rascass, screaming up to Casino Square. For those Americana's still loitering around South of France after Cannes it's been one long party. Things are about to heat up at the Monaco F1, so take a seat in the heat while the Moet in LVMH, is being chilled at My Name is Khan and get ready to dance.
Nice airport is getting busy. The private jets have been landing all week. The Monaco helicopter service is busy shuttling those landing at Nice to Monaco. The yachts are slowly filling up the ports but this is only the warm up of what awaits this my favorite event the Monaco Grand Prix at My Name is Khan.
Cannes 2011, was unique and that is hard to say about the Cannes Film Festival. This year brought the Italian invasion to Vila Oxygene which was transformed into The Playboy Mansion. OM magazine Italia, World Fashion Channel, Italian Vogue and Lamborghini brought all the Italian sizzle to make one night not to be forgotten. Littering the walk up to the Vila were Bugatti’s, Ferrari’s, Aston Martins, Lamborghini’s, and if you avoided the walk past these exotic Revo’s, and came off a yacht then you where subjected to making your way through the single ladies, international models, playmates, and beautiful women wanting to be playmates, actors, models, and singers. If getting to the Vila was a distraction, arriving there one was drowned in Champagne, music and the party fashionistas. Cindy Gomez possibly the next breakout artist had also rocked The Playboy Mansion at Vila Oxygene. Bravo to the team at Om Magazine Italia, 7 Dimension, Italian Vogue and Fashion Channel for a spectacular, stylish evening, the party never stops at My Name is Khan.
When the season began, it was clear that this season the tire would yet again become an integral part of race strategy. In Catalunya there was a wild start for Current Champion Sebastian Vettel, who was in a dog fight as if he was in the Battle of Britain with Lewis Hamilton. The boys from Britain fought it out to the very end with Vettel wining yet again except this time it was not a boring finish, and Button held off a charging Webber who was unable to keep pace and finished fourth. The eye candy and the bling, bling was oh so sweet, and it prepares you for the upcoming Monaco Grand Prix, one of my personal favorite’s. Get ready to dance at Amber Lounge, the fashion at Eleven Monte Carlo, the eye candy, and the bling, bling galore as the fun begins. “Don’t stop the party”, at My Name Is Khan.
b espresso bar has a great feel to it. But like any place in any town it’s the people that work at the café that make the place and here Andrew, Jordan, and Erin seen making the cappuccino have a passion for what they do and the passion for discovery is what MY NAME IS KHAN is all about. So if your on Queen Street east then this is a great place to stop off for a café.
Going from Queen Street east to Queen Street west, then it may be time for another café, and in this case by-pass the conventional cafés and make a beeline for Little Nicky's, where today in Toronto there was a bit of good old Australian flavor to the cappuccino, made by an Aussie in Toronto.
More cafés to come as the adventure of discovery goes on at MY NAME IS KHAN.
Stop! before you go get that café at Starbucks or Timothy’s. If you are working out at Toronto’s Adelaide Club, then you have the opportunity to have a great cup of “cappuccino doppio colpo”, made by none other then Denis Fontana. Try it you will love it, soon Denis heads off to Italy. If your spending the money to work out at this place then spend some for a great cup of coffee. The short clip has many versions this one was shot using 8mm app on the iPhone, with a Xpro lens.The adventure of discovery for that infamous cappuccino never ends at MY NAME IS KHAN.