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Vanmorgen om 6 uur vertrokken met de bus vanaf station Sittard naar vliegveld Köln-Bonn gereden. We hadden een half uurtje vertraging met de vlieger.
Om ca.12 uur landen we op het vliegveld van Nice. We werden met de bus naar het centrum van de stad gereden .....
We took the bus into Antibes and did some sightseeing in the market. Walking along the harbor wall we saw beaches, many sailboats, and a clever sculpture made of letters called Nomade, 2010. That's Candace sitting in it for a photo. There is a small park across from our hotel, and everyday a group of men, who look of Middle Eastern or northern African descent, have sat at a picnic table ...
... I looked again and he was tensing his bum cheeks together quite rapidly. What the **** was this? As you can imagine it was really funny. I was crying with laughter on this silent beach, like a school boy I had to try and hold it in. In hysterics I thought we should go and explore around the rocks to calm down, It was 5pm and the sun was still shining. Stumbling over numerous rocks we shortly came to a little bridge trailing off into the sea. Quaint ...
Right now we're in a small village on the French Riviera, called St Paul Devence. It's quite wonderful, with paved narrow streets made for walking, about a billion tourists, and 300 permanent residents. It's filled with art galleries and incredibly expensive, although totally lovely, clothing. It's completely quiet at night, which sorta freaks me out, but I'm getting used to not hearing city noises and cars all the time. We're going to ...
... and a loopy week literally rounding up important passes I needed to visit on my way west. Some of these are well know from history, art and cinema and include the Passo de San Gottardo (the Gottard Pass) and the Gran San Bernardo (no dogs seen). There were many others but always, now, I pressed west until I rolled into the industrial wasteland of east Lyon and sat waiting at the airport terminal for the Thursday 0950 flight from Frankfurt.
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