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Swiss Air was a great experience, plenty of wine, chocolate and good service.
Even with only 20kgs this time the bags seemed heavy. Into the underground to the Airport poses the biggest challenge to the knees.
Had a hell of a laugh on the plane with some older japanese loving wee Pascal he had them in Fits of ...
... by France. After that, the Castle Hill lost its strategic importance and became the place for new cemeteries. It was converted into a park at the end of 19th century. That was also the time when a magnificent waterfall was added to the hill... http://www.naviquan.com/page/parc-du-ch ateau/1/ The hill has a spectacular view of Nice and the coast. Its a steep walk up but ever so worth it. It really was beautiful. Paul and I enjoyed a little picnic on top ...
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Finally returning to our accommodation we were so exhausted that we brushed our teeth and went to bed as tomorrow we were to catch a train to Avignon.
... would get up early to grab a place on the beach, we gave ourselves a well deserved/needed lie in. But when the daily Angus alarm of "Guys it's 10 past 11 we should really get up" sounded we quickly sprang into action and within the hour we had bought twenty pains au chocolat between us and were on a train to Cap D'Ail which is where we had been tipped off about a lesser known beach by, you guessed it, Nicole the receptionist. Angus seemed to have a lot of questions to ask her. ...
... with very small rooms and a narrow winding staircase that connects each floor. We were able to send bags up to our rooms on the elevator, but the students were instructed to use the stairs to move around the hotel themselves. Lopuck and I were in Room 314, which contained two twin beds and a narrow 8 inch walkway between them. Apparently we would be cuddling for the night! We threw our bags into the hotel and then took to the streets to explore Nice. Anthony led us ...