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... gave me such a thrill. Go the Ninjago! Lowlights: 1) The theft of Jimbo's bike :( 2) Riding all day in the rain, in the cold, alongside busy roads and only having cold showers that night! 3) The awkwardness of traveling with bikes - from meeting special travel requirements to physically moving all that equipment around! ====================== Ride Summary Punctures: 0 Brake pads replaced: 8 Bottles of lube: 2 as one exploded! Lollies consumed: Approx ...
My tummy is getting better each day, have now stopped pain killers and sleeping very well
So health almost restored, time to hit the tables in Monte Carlo. We decided that it was good to be clear before greed took over and so we set a team rule....anyone winning more than ten thousand, has to buy dinner at a venue of choice of the others. Boris asked for currency clarification and we made the limit A$10K.
... end of pit lane and onto the track in front of the main grandstand. Photos taken it was back to the upper town for a quick look in the Cathedral at Grace Kelly's tomb, then back to the meeting point to meet our driver Richard. The next part of our adventure was supposed to be a lap of the Grand Prix circuit, but part of the road was blocked because of the race setup. We were then taken to the next highlight which was the Monte Carlo Casino. There were ...
Took the bus into Monte Carlo and it was packed. Sophie was struggling with the winding roads and once we got off and she had a bit of a vomit all was good. Walked up to the Casino and on the way enjoyed the view over the harbour. Massive boats bigger than houses and apartments smaller than toilets. Other than the historic buildings the newer apartments had that ****** 1970s look. It really is full of wealth and it seemed that ...
... large space with modern trams...which always looked very full. There are a number of cross roads but cars never enter onto the promenade.
Reaching the end of the road near the beach, we turned left to head into the old city.
Today was market day....more your antique,and old wares style of market...people every where and it was once again very hot.
In this area the streets were narrow,and we discovered a number of old public buildings and churches.