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... Push hard, brake hard, look for cars, go wide, go again, ignore the drop off, zoom through villages occasionally looking at the breathtaking view. Nearly everyone wanted to do it again, some even if they could climb it again. Thursdays climb took us through green, waterfall decorated ravines, tunnels, coffee at the base of a massif, a climb up the massif and, for David & myself, a chance to visit the castle at Gourdon. We could look back down over 1000m at the speck of ...
So this is what the Verdon Canyon is meant to be like if its not totally white out fog and pouring rain. Which it was all day. All 8 hours of sitting on a bus. Seriously tour company, if you know that a place is not accessible that day. Don't go. Stuff your itinerary!
Tried to take a few pics but kind of ...
... town. After that we had 'free time' during which mum and I did the unmentionable and walked (omg a huge 20minutes) out to a lighthouse/lookout along the cliffs of Portofino. The rest of the group were well impressed with our 'energy'. This was a lovely walk and we were rewarded with a cute little cafe at the end, where of course they charged tourist prices (4Euro) for one small lemonade.
Back in the town we were ...
... running nearly a kilometre long with its nice shops and not a cheap souvenir stall in sight. It is really a nice clean modern shopping precinct. Then, one layer further back from the nice modern paved mall area we found the most interesting part of all I.e., the very old town. Built onto the side of the hill it is just a maze of narrow covered alleyways. The streets are all on a steep incline and so basically form ...
We simply loved our B&B in Monterosso and for that reason we were in no hurry to start the journey to our next and final destination in Italy I.e., San Remo. When we finally hit the road it was a journey of just over 250 kilometres along a very easy tollway which took us almost to the turn off into San Remo. All up with a coffee stop included the trip took us just over 3 hours to complete. The first half ...