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... we were looking forward to seeing again. We thought the old style lift would not hold our combined body and suitcase weight. In fact, for the first time on this trip we felt as though we had to guard our pockets and suitcases,(even after all the warnings of pick pockets in Paris). The hour between train connection couldn't go quick enough. Our destination La Spezia - took a taxi to our Hotel - My One Hotel - felt as though the ...
... workers blocking part of the corner, making it very hard to hit the apex. Flushed with that success, I performed a couple of other tricky manoeuvres on the way home. The first was necessary as we were about to enter a tunnel....GPS was saying bad traffic ahead and I saw a local do a U turn at the tunnel entrance, he took a five point turn to miss the huge concrete bollards....I did it in three, but had to go back far enough ...
Woke early and went for a walk on the waterfront at Villefranche. It's a really fantastic walk and the sight go the multi colored buildings on the warerfron us spectacular. Bought a bagette with cheese and tomato on the waterfront and coffee for me and orange juice for Deb. Sat on the benches and had it for breakfast. Went to the bakery, bought a donut. Bought some fruit from the fruit shop next to the bakery. We haven't ...
... a cliff walking trail, up the steep steps of the Chemin de la Solitude and then back to the town of Cap D'Ail and along the road through two tunnels to St Laurent d'Eze and up my goat track (chemin de Toscane). I was feeling like I had done a good bit of exercise by the time I arrived home so I sat down to enjoy a lovely lunch in the sun in my courtyard and now I'm putting my feet ...
... Villefranche-sur-mer We walked along and low and behold came across and older Kiwi couple from Wellington who saw Scott's tshirt which was Keep Calm Piri on from the World Cup! So we had a bit of a chat to them, they had been walking up through a lot of the smaller villages above Monaco. Really enjoyed the short stop there and was well worth doing. We then got back on the train and headed into Nice. Have to say we were pretty disappointed ...