Hotel Chalet de l'Isere
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... store so stocked up on their delicious garlic and thyme olive oil - yum! Also bought a SIM card for the ipad so will have good internet access for only 9 euros for the time we are here.
The weather on the trip has been hot, very humid and sunny virtually the whole time. We have been very lucky.
... timewe had gotten to Marina, it had been almost 45 minutes since we left the boat. Marina was very happy to see us, as we carted all the boxes into the shipping line inside the post. As I was catching us with her,I gasped: "OMG! I left all the customs and factura papers back on the boat!! Oh, this is not good. Marina ran for Jacques before he drove away, and once again I was in the car, heading back to Milena, leaving Marina at the post with my boxes. When we ...
... missed it! We had an incredible time in Cannes and managed to visit Nice, Monaco, Saint Margarita and Ventimiglia. It was 28 degrees all week and I think the highlight was definitely watching the Tour de France in Nice and the Australians winning that stage. Idge and I really wanted to find an Australian flag to support our wonderful country and we did actually manage to find one unbelievably! It was so funny when we wore the flag, our social status grew from just ...
... spurred me into action. I headed out to find some food. By now it was dark, and I walked up a block or so and found a Russian market. It seems there are Russian markets on every side street everywhere in the world, or maybe it's just the places I visit. They had eggs and juice, and lots of refrigerated Russian things that I wasn't sure of. I settled for the eggs and juice. Tomorrow I would find a real grocery store. But, when I got back to the apartment, I noticed an ...
... the train we were on was being cancelled. GREAT! At the random station between Genova and Ventimiglia we talk to a nice American man who is also heading to Nice France. He warns us of theft and shares our frustration at having to get up at the crack of dawn to get a train that was now cancelled. After sleeping my way through to nice we hop on a tram to our hostel. Meg narrowly avoids being hit by a car, adjusting from the Italy norm of just crossing the road when you feel like ...