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... Fête nationale there was a local picnic and a few shows but we decided to leave these alone and headed home and head back out for the fireworks at 11pm. Around 10:30 we left the house and headed back to the Avenue, as the fireworks were closer to the Mercier Estate we headed down to where we thought would be a good viewing place without heading into the crowds. A few good fireworks and it was time to head home. A lot more people out now with ...
... to venture out..... Today it is too cold, and wet... Better to organize myself for departure, so I can scout around tomorrow. Before I knew, it was dinner time, and Jean-Pierre had returned to share the third straight meal with "cep mushrooms"... The one is paper thin chicken breasts, smothered with a light richly cream mushroom sauce. Yummy..... With a nice Pommerol wine that Jacques pulled from his private storage, this was the perfect accompaniment to an ...
... back to Sven. We were going to visit the next town up the road, Tourettes-sur-Loup but we heard that it was f@$%!!* sh@£%& c!$%&@ mo@$!?%& so we decided not to bother and just headed back to our campsite for a cooling swim. Allegra would swim for ever, she did about 10 lengths across the pool and back after all her sisters were out and had had enough and she would have kept going. Pizza and chips for dinner rounded off what was another cool day. ...
... including Russian oil businessman Roman Abramovich's 86 m Ecstasea and his gift to fellow Russian businessman Eugene Shvidler (Le Grand Bleu) - apparently the cost of a berth was between 1m and 1.4m euros last year - how the other half live! It was by now late afternoon so we made our way back to the van and spent a while reading in the sun. 25th May. Following breakfast we made our way back in to Antibes as we wanted to catch the land train to the next bay ...
... about today. Shelley attracts all the strays! Having enjoyed one hill top town we decided, mum reluctantly, to visit another. Peillon was the destination and the road up was wide enough for only one car. There is only the one road up the hill to get to the town. We got to the town without meeting a car coming the other way. This town was amazing. Tiny cobbled alleys going everywhere like a labyrinth. It was here we had a magnificent lunch prepared by a Michelin ...
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