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... to see inside it - we refused to pay the cover charge for the grand casino considering we had no intentions of actually doing anything in the casino other than look around. While the sun casino was free, it was the deadest place ive ever seen. There was maybe 2 people playing and that was it. On a Friday night. Haha. So we walked along the water instead to see all the pretty boats and were playing silly buggers with the camera - a bit of an enjoyable pastime for me as we all ...
... buildings here were typical Mediterranean but clearly very expensive, millionaire types with magnificent views. We then went to Villefranche-sur-Mer which is a picturesque village overlooks the Cap Ferrat peninsula all above a postcard perfect Harbour. Vieille Ville is a 14th century old town, with tiny streets broken by twisting staircases, glimpses of the sea. It is a labyrinth what had previously been rooms,homes is now shops by camera battery died at this ...
... this giant 'Avatar' (it's a movie about blue people) poker machine. We decided to try our luck after being lured in by the blue lights. I played €5 and lost early on. Thomas played €10 and won €300! We quickly headed back to the others, and quietly celebrated with a cocktail each. Andrews shout!
After some snap shots out the front, we returned to Nice, some of us with pockets full, others with pockets empty.
... train, battle the same faces, look out the window, talk about the same things with people at work and continue to do the same insignificant work which is made to feel important but makes no difference to anyone. If you did not exist, the company and corporate life goes on. I made a decision to leave that behind and every day I thank myself for it. Some may say I’m running away from reality, but for me this is the real life.
After the run and breakfast, I shifted to ...
... the words of Bruce).
This meant a cool off so off we dived into the Med for a dip. Ashe then had a snooze and Paul, Chris and Em trekked up the hill to the lookout. Once again that night we had a nice meal with a young waiter trying to learn English. Our tutorage was returned in gratis Limoncello.
The next day Paul woke up excited, its Tour day, that's right the Tour had reached Nice in the form of the Team ...