Chateau de la Begude
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... teeny tank tops. Roller skaters careen through the lights, Wired for sound. It is the 70's again.
But as Breeanne walks me through his house, I see it has in fact changed, some new paintings here, a wall knocked through there, and what is this, a new kitchen too with all the mod cons.
Nice too has evolved, with lots of mod cons. It has a wonderful transport hub, modern trams which move vast numbers of people (for just ...
... mountain goats we went. The view was beautiful and it had cost us nothing. Lets just say we were just a little chuffed with ourselves.
We went down into the town to buy supplies and picnic spot with spectatular views and had another picnic using out handy kitchen tools. We then headed back down the hill to the train station. Meeting quite a few people coming up that looked exhausted and they were less than half way.
We then caught the train to ...
... a photo. Just as I'm putting my camera away this guy comes from around the corner of the building towards us staring. We both stare at him as he approaches, then when he realised we saw him (obviously since he was basically the worst ninja ever and the only one around) stopped and signalled across the courtyard. Just then 3 other guys started crossing and coming toward us so we grabbed our packs and ran back inside. We were outside ...
... dame and the shopping street.
Day 6: Eze, monte-Carlo, Monaco
Took a train to switch to the bus to go to the Eze village - we didn't check the bus timings and the Eze village bus was in 1.5hrs interval. But luckily we didn't walk either cos it was so steep and up on the top!
Eze was a quaint little medieval town which reminded us alot of mont saint Michael. It was a fort / castle which retained alot of character. The climb to the ...
... I set off to explore the old city again. We also went along the waterfront and you can see a couple of pictures of Steve and I trying to decide which boat to buy. We also had the opportunity to watch a bit of the French Ironman competition. Some of the competitors had been staying in our hotel and we chatted with them yesterday. For those not aware, an Ironman competition consists of a 3.8 km swim followed by a 180 ...