Auberge de la Vignette Haute
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... accent saying **** made it all the more funny. Being so happy from the news of the campsite I was in hysterics at this lady. The 3* campsite was immense, the best luxury of this trip, it was more of a resort than a campsite. Swimming pools, slides, hot showers, wifi, TV rooms were what luxury was! Ben and I relaxed again, being totally ****** from our long day of exploring- I could sit here all night, beer is so cheap and watching the night sky costs nothing.
... When we got back to the hostel in the evening, I had a beer then made some dinner. Although the beer made me even sleepier, so I didn't finish it. Then I sat around and chatted to people in the dorm. I met a nice girl from Frankfurt and she gave me some tips on where to go in Germany and also offered to let me stay with her when I'm there. Totally accepted that offer. She was such a sweetheart! I told her that I had a flight from Rome to Frankfurt on the 6th May, so I'll ...
We wound our way south down through the French Alps then cut west and dropped onto the Côte d'Azur. This famous strip of land running from the Italian border to Toulon, the world's first mass tourist resort, was discovered and then developed by the British in the 19th century and has never really recovered from the experience. Our purpose there, apart from enjoying the last of the summer sun on the beach, getting a new set of brake pads for Just Sue and doing ...
Team Elephant (-) arrived in the northern Italian city of Chiavenna in blistering mid-afternoon heat after a long day on back roads though the Alps. The intention was to press on and to stop for the day near Lake Como but, by the time I had refuelled and rehydrated, I decided this dusty town would do just fine. At the railway station I found an accommodation desk and was offered a room in a village a few kilometres down the road. The price was right and ...
... platform but at least we had jumped into the sea. The next thing, however, one of the local boys jumped from a jagged bit of the outcrop that was about 15 m up. We watched in a mixture of horror and awe as the next 3 followed. All 4 had survived and even though it didn’t look as if we should be jumping from a jagged rock it seemed to be safe enough. With lots of encouragement for each other we all plunged jumped. It was an exhilarating, adrenaline ...
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