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... clothes, I did purchase a dress & crossed my fingers that it fit.
Returned to the house to have lunch & what a lunch it was! Fresh radishes, fennel, mortadella from Italy, celery slaw, baguette, rotisserie chicken ~ I know I'm missing a few items, but managed to eat my way around the table!
We had been going non-stop, so the afternoon was a leisure one.
For dinner the ...
... car, still laughing all the way down the hill at our luck at times.
Stopping in Grasse for supplies before settling for the night, we managed to be ushered down a range of one way streets filled with tourists in search of a supermarket, only to end up at the same place we started! Andy's patience waning, we eventually chanced finding a supermarket when we turned into an underground car park with access to a Monoprix supermarket. Success! We ...
... to tell. After walking around the way too busy town for a few hours, we made our way back to a much calmer, Nice, for another delicious dinner. Realizing my 5 month "vacation" was quickly coming to an end, I tried to savor every last moment. Although our last day was rainy and overcast, we made sure to enjoy our last day of our European Vacation and take in all of the sites and delicious food of Nice..
Early the next morning, with our bags packed full of souvenirs and ...
... have had for the last 3 days, so we can drive the long way – would you expect
anything less from me - to Arles in Provence, through part of the Alps, rather
than the money grabbing Auto route.
We have the Sat. Nav. and some detailed Michelin maps so it
should be a good day with more fine weather forecast.
Bonne Année to
all in NZ. We plan to spend New Year’s Eve here quietly and early (as usual)
over a wine, baguette, pate and cheese!
... admire their military precision. After a perfunctory review, the regiment wheels away, the pageantry is finished, and two freshly alert guards are installed on either side of the palace gate. Like young men everywhere, one is a little forgetful. He has no sooner come to attention in the guard house than his commanding officer re-emerges from the palace and discreetly hands him a pair of sunglasses. ...