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Travel Blogs from Vernante
... but surely, we made it. The sign at the top of the climb was a stone with a plaque about La Bonette. We were a bit disappointed. Being the highest altitude climb of our itinerary, we were hoping for something more showy. How inconsiderate! There was a small gravel track up to a lookout. We decided to walk this bit. It was a wonderful panorama. The mountains around here all look so barren. We admired the view, along with our friends Starsky and Hutch ...
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We also had an arvo swim and were surprised how warm the water is. It's also more salty than our water in the west which made floating quite easy. Very refreshing before an evening stroll out for dinner.
Tomorrow I will be up at the crack of dawn to tackle the 'Lance climb" the Col ...
... in and out all over the place.
Menton is sensational with it's old town and beach with wonderful little restaurants that set-up on the beachfront boardwalk. Its quite entertaining watching the waiters run back and forth across the main coast road to get you food and drinks holding three or four plates of food and negotiating the streams of scooters ...
It was a beautiful trip today! We drove about 450km's on the perfect roads along the coast of Toulouse, Nice, Cannes, Monaco through the mountains. Those roads are perfectly designed for motorcycles! I will come back to these roads again. Nothing more to say as we only drove from Montpellier to Menton today. Ooh one more thing ... Having a wine farm in the Provence would be the perfect job I guess. Super to see all those fields in the sun. Sleep ...
... up beautiful fig jam!
A morning drive along the Albenga valley eastwards afforded us yet another magical view of the Lugurian hills. Our 27th anniversary was celebrated at the Blue Restaurant, complete with a Ferrari (no, not the car …. more like a wonderful cremant), on the waterfront at Albenga. The extravagant Cervo church was a pit stop on the way back to Pieve, via Imperia.
Barolo and Barbaresco called! Up we headed ...
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