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... then on we went. The village is very close to us, just on the opposite side of Nice. We parked along the road that winds along the Mediterranean and then almost immediately realized we weren't sure where the trail started...haha. So, after a wrong turn that led to the beach, and a bathroom break at the local cafe where we also secured directions, we were back in action.
The path that leads from Eze-sur-mer up to the old village is a pretty steep hike. Very manageable with ...
... Monaco social security.
I'm still not sure when I will be coming home. I feel I owe Edmiston a bit more time - at least a year - as they so generously offered me a job when I was just about to give up because it was so hard. I have also been talking to some people about a job in the midi-Pyrenees managing some apartments and helping to renovate a chateau which I am considering.
Wishing you all a very happy Christmas and all the best for the New ...
... a long day at work..
On the way home, the car didn't feel good. It was getting very sluggish and slowing down and then I noticed a symbol on the dashboard. I thought I would pull over and check what it meant in the manual. It's not easy pulling over on these extremely narrow, windy roads full of tunnels but luckily I was just at the one place where it is actually possible. The manual was very unspecific but it said that if I saw this ...
... amazing that they found enough room for the jumping ring, the practice ring and all the stables and horse floats. I went to watch it for a while after work on Friday. Beautiful horses and quite a challenging course. I felt sorry for the horse and rider who were competing when a loud ship’s siren went off. They have to be very calm to continue jumping with that sort of noise in the
No more visitors now until the ...
... Barbarossa in 1543, and Louis XIV destroyed the walls surrounding the city in 1706 in the war of the Spanish succession. Finally in April 1860, Eze was designated as part of France by unanimous decision by the people of Eze.
»ze has been described as an “eagle's nest” because of its location overlooking a high cliff 427 metres (1,401 ft) above sea level on the French Mediterranean. It's so high that the ...