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... take us away from our destination. I wouldn't have minded going back up to castle hill and having a look around, but unfortunately the last bus loop was at 6pm and it was 5:20, so if we got off, there would not be another bus to take us home. We asked at reception for a recommendation for dinner and the fellow sent us off to the other end of the old town. He tried to call to make a reservation but there was no answer so he said they were probably very busy. Upon arrival the only ...
... to be!!!
During this early part of the ride, we noticed that many of the roads had diversions with traffic cops guiding vehicles away from the main streets. We learned later that the roads had been cleared to make way for the arrangements of a State Indian Wedding. From another source we were told that preparations were being made for an Arab wedding and the local authority was paid to close certain roads. I personally think that neither of these reasons are true which ...
... 160;Sunday 18th August 2013 Today we went for a trip to Nice and drove down the coast to Cannes. It looked very posh and we saw lots of very posh cars, I wish Joseph could have seen them. Hammy had a scary moment when he thought a red king kong was going to jump out on him, but he was ok sitting on the front of the car looking for Simon Cowell who was renting ...
... a little sad about leaving behind this beautiful city and the lovely people- but I reassured myself I would be back and clouded my weary thoughts with the bright lights of New York that awaited me. Goodbye for now Paris and a special thank you to Willy and Imogen, Willy's parents Michel and Pascale, and little Marin for being the butt of way too many jokes, you all made my stay in Paris so memorable and enjoyable. Au revoir, Mademoiselle ...
... unneccesary addition to her creme caramel.
A very slow walk back to the hotel, past the Julian Marley concert taking place in a park nearby, and into bed.
We awoke with a strange craving for truffle this morning. Gym. Breakfast (as above) and then a cab to Eze.
I won't spoil the next blog, but Eze is amazing! While I cannot vouch that what's written in the next blog will be any good, I can gaurantee the photos will be.