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Lance used to use this to train on just before the TDF each year and judge whether he was in form to win.
Hmm! I will keep a lookout for the US Postal team syringes at the start.
We will then head off to Monaco and the beaches west of here for some sight seeing and a swim.
Saturday we are off to the Pyranees.
... out as we were both quite tired.
The pillow on the bed in the room was like sleeping on a breeze block, but Paul said his was ok!! We took an early breakfast for 2 reasons - 1 because we had another long drive and 2 - to get out of there!!!!!
Can't believe there is a hairdryer in this 'luxury' hotel
Hairdryer Score - 2/10 - although not used it as the shower looked to 'dodgy' to get in, there was no power and next to no air coming out of ...
... nearly an hour and a half. What to do? Seemed silly to wait all this time as it was extremely hot plus we wouldn't have time to look around Eze before having to get get back to the ship. If we had of known this we could have stayed on the number 100 bus and gone into Nice as it was only about another half hour away. Instead we crossed the road and caught the bus back into Monte Carlo. Staying on the bus until it wound its way up to the top of Monte Carlo we then ...
... together with Pierre, my grandmother had a big party at her house. She invited about 100 people to play boule, tennis, badminton, swim and to have a delicious Paella. We signed up for boule and we had the worst opponents you can imagine. Throwing my ball, the one fat guy commented: oh good ball...not! And the other fat guy tried to cheat all the time. I was tempted to throw my ball close to "his balls" but a glass of wine helped me to forget my anger. Otherwise it was a gorgeous ...
... Bay on Sydney Harbour... Driving into the municipality of Monte Carlo (with its police force clearly on show at the entry point) the evidence of wealth went up to a whole new level. Every luxury brand seemed to be represented with a magnificent city centre shop front - Maserati, Rolls Royce, Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Gucci etc. The streets and buildings looked very well maintained as though no expense had been spared. We walked from the bus stop down to the casino ...