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... to find out was valued at around £18 Million Pound, we actually wondered if the likes of Wayne Rooney could actually afford this or not... I'm not sure he could!! After a couple of hOurs of wandering, we decided enough was enough and time to move into our campsite which was somewhere in between Cannes and Nice. We were in desperate need of food and drink so managed to find a supermarket along the way to stock up. We found the campsite without ...
... for lunch dockside (boys hate them) then head back to the car. Looking for a supermarket along Promenade des Anglais - the main drag along the waterfront, as JD convinced he saw one there last night. Didn't find it but did find a small one at the bottom of the hill on the way home. Eye fillet steak and salad followed by a chocolate birthday cake Lonnie picked up at the patisserie on the way ...
... Italy. We continue in the rain into the old town & find a steakhouse with happy hour. Grant has a beer & I a lemonade. We stay for dinner pork ribs with BBQ sauce for me & a burger for Grant. It's nice to avoid Italian food although I'll miss the gelato & tiramisu. A long leisurely walk back through the old town, along the beach promenade, down the main strip of shops back to the hotel. It's decided to hit the sack & take a day trip to Monaco ...
... be something to see! I reccommend anyone to go there. If you enjoy a good nature hike with a beautiful view and some good Italian culture, Cinque Terre is for you! We spent three days in Corniglia, and the locals were sad to see us go. We spent many evenings in the bar/cafe useing the Wifi and sipping on complimentary cappucino. Maybe it was because we were Canadian, but I don't mind being extra patriotic to get some freebies in life ;) En route to France, goodbye Italy, see you in ...
This morning we left our room at 10 am and walked to the train station that is basically at the end of our Street to catch the train to Monaco. It was about a 20 minute train ride. When we got there we headed toward the exotic gardens which was up the hill. When we got up there we discovered the gardens are closed at this time of year so we walked back down the hill to the marina. The Monaco Yacht Show was on so we couldn't see the front of the ...