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... a snack in Frejus called Mugs, which had possibly the best food we have eaten outside of a Lebanese place, Le Phonecia, in Antibes. The salads and sandwiches were fresh and light, mostly lettuce and vegetables with... the dressing served on the side without having to ask. The wifi was terrific (unlike most places that offer wifi) and the decor was eclectic and comfortable.
... in and eat dinner. We borrowed the family's crepe machine and threw ourselves a crepe party! Daisy showed me recently how to make them thin per tradition on her crepe machine, so I was ready to put my newly acquired skills to the test. We did both savory and sweet crepes, both of which turned out great!
The next morning we decided to take our time and give Geri-Lyn some extra time to battle her jet lag. After breakfast, we ...
... all the way to Nice). We got on the first train easily (this one had a luggage compartment so I didn't have to hold up your suitcase the whole trip) and because it was a Frecciarossa it only took us an hour to Genova. We were hardly settled by the time we arrived. We stopped in Genova and got a bite to eat and punched some darts. The next train was a bit longer and slower, but we managed to get our own carriage together which was nice. We all slept and read and listened to ...
... Than we took the train at 6 and went to Nice, really beautiful town, I actually can't remember if I've been here but I like it. We walked around a bit along the streets and the large boulevard. We had to get back and take the last train of 9, which was a shame but we enjoyed our visit. Tomorrow we'll get to Monaco I hope ...
... still needed to recover from the day of travel, and deal with the transition to a different continent, not to mention constantly on the move...... And, I kept experiencing occasional waves of feeling ill interspersed with occasional spikes of energy, so I never knew what end was up!
Made a quick visit to the actual town of Valbonne on the way out & saw where my brother, Sophie & Alex lived in the early 90's. Very cute town. ...
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