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Left this morning Genora where Christopher Columbus was born, stopping in Pisa...Amazing Leaning Tower...lots of pics. Left Italy Travelling thru over 170 Tunnels thr the mountains. We're going to Monte Carlo tomorrow night for dinner...passed it today with all the yatchs in the Harbour
Have a free day tomorrow..will stroll the beaches on the French Reviere.
Weather has been great since ...
... lunch in Vence, rather than roll down to Nice for the ceremonial finish (which is very TDF and involves riders drinking champagne from the bottles they ride along Nice's Promenade d'Anglais). I'm not finished yet anyway.....there will be champagne in Biarritz at the end of the Pyrenees race for me! And hopefully better parking. We all have much to celebrate, a fantastic holiday, meeting new friends, warm sunny skies and, for me, ...
... of going out we splashed out on some authentic French cuisine which was really tasty, and was a welcome break from the cheap pizzas and homemade pasta we're used to. After dinner we all agreed an early night was on the cards and we all fell asleep pretty quickly. Check out was an emotional experience for Angus as it wasn't Nicole's shift. But all in all Nice was definitely one of the best cities so far and I am looking forward to coming back in the future. Until next time, The Henley ...
... the steps of Notre Damne cathedral on the Port ( 50 yards from here)…Trish is a lady we met during quiz nights in Allcoceber, who lives 6 months in Nice and 6 months in Spain. She offered to meet and help us while we are in Nice. A great day with her - she knows all the ‘ropes’ - we 5 caught the tram from Messini square to the Gare Nice Ville , (train station) to purchase tickets for the train to Monaco on Tuesday…we do have the car, BUT ...
... the side of the hill. You wind your way down into the town and head to the underground coach parking they have developed to cater for all the tourist coaches who visit each year. We park and head up 2 sets of escalators and then a lift, all up about 8 floors to reach the main level. We walk to the church where Prince Rainier andGrace Kelly were married and also where they are buried (under the floor of the church). There are flowers all over her grave. we then move on up ...
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- Swimming pool
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