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After yesterday's epic drive, we were hoping for a slightly easier trip today as we headed towards Monte Carlo.
Stopped off for lunch in Cannes, which was nicer than expected. Enjoyed our first "proper" French meal since arriving - quite a change from the motorway food so far!! It's also much warmer than we'd expected - 27C this afternoon.
Took a stroll along the beach promenade and up to the main ...
... cried every day and night in her bedroom, the princess had no one to care for her and decided to commit suicide. Even though this story is very sad, it stops no one to come see this valley, where you can make only one wish. the Valley is mostly white with some hints of blue in the top peak. Also this is the villains domain, its where you wish for something but it's not always what you want. So be careful, think before you make the wish, you can't always ...
... line drawing. One room was dedicated to the drawings he did in designing a chapel in Vence after being asked by one of the nuns there. It was interesting to see the number of designs for each element he made (and then to look up pictures of it - very modern but nice).
Next was the Archeological Museum. This was quite small but well set out and had a special section for school kids with interactive displays. This then led outside to the current excavations they ...
... not without a few bumps along the way. As we go to board the flight the lady stops me saying I am only allowed one carry on item- apparently a hand bag on your shoulder plus my mini suitcase deemed me at 2 items and the snooty French lady told me I would have to pay her 50 euros to take both items. Delirious and just wanting to find my seat on the plane I handed over my debit card, gave the woman a less than appreciative look and continued on ...
... and with our bulky backpacks it was easier to stay standing. Arriving at the Florence SM train station which only took 20 minutes at best we were and hour and half early for the next train. We placed ourselves where we could see the information boards so that we could see which platform we needed to go to next. In Italy you don't know which platform the train is going to leave from until almost the last minute and even then they can change at a minutes ...