Auberge de L'Arbousier
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... French Riviera
Monaco down town. Pretty intense place. No parking, no turning, no room. Like sardines in a can.
More Monaco from above. Home of the rich and famous, or not so famous, but certainly rich.
By Antonio Canova, the most famous sculptor of his day and some rank him in the top five of all time. Was the personal sculptor of Napoleon and his family.
The museum docents at Forli didn't much care about my desire to see ...
... I’m in no way in any condition to take on a hike that demanding. Not hiking, however, is not my chief regret. On reflection, I should have taken photographs of all the hikers milling about with their backpacks on and their very distinctive hiking “poles” “walking sticks” or whatever they are called protruding from their backpacks. They look like collapsible ski poles. And every backpack had a pair of them. Another photograph to further explain ...
... journey even if it was very typical of every other medieval town,
including San Marino and Mont San Michel. It made a pleasant end to
the day and the end of the holiday. We dined outside yet again, in a
small square jammed full of dining tables from at least four
restaurants. We finally wandered back to the hotel, well after
darkness had fallen, admiring the flood-lit ancient city walls.
Lots of delays, due to, barges, hireboats, lock keepers, lock breakdowns, long lunchbreaks, lots and lots of traffic. All in all though, a very entertaining and in many ways a satisfactory day.
For some reason I dont need the bullit points today, not sure what I will do without them.
Buddied up with a russo/ german family and went through all the locks together, they got quicker and we became a pretty slick team, and they bought me an icecream.
Homps is a really ...
Another casual start to the day with a couple of croissant and cups of coffee and we were on our way. We knew we do not have far to go as we are nearing the end of our journey on the canal so we have time to slow up a bit and enjoy. We moored up at La Somail where we decided to fill the water tank on Winnie one last time, explore the little village and have lunch at a lockside restaurant. This ...
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