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When we finally wake up & put up the electric shutter we discover it's 9:30am. Longest we have slept in on the trip. It's three weeks now, had a great time but it's not your relaxing resort style holiday. You literally are on your feet all day & night trying to see everything & waiting in lots of lines in the sun or rain. We realised on our journey to Nice that we needed some more relaxing days before Barcelona otherwise we can't keep the pace up. We ...
... There was a corkscrew in our room so all we needed was a knife, otherwise we'd eat out tonight and have a picnic tomorrow when the shops open and we can buy a knife. Across the road from the hotel is a small grocery store. The guys got talking to the lady. "Parlez vous Anglais?" A little, she replied. Peter asked if she sold knives and told her why and she disappeared out the back and came back with a knife. Please bring back tomorrow!! Aren't people ...
... incredible, I know I keep saying this but wow - we have nothing to compare in Australia. The architecture and detail is amazing and just everywhere. The casino is magnificent. Parked out front is every boys dreams, Ferrari's, merc's and every conceivable kind of fancy expensive car that I don't even know the name of. Rich mans paradise, or woman if you're so inclined. The concierge dressed in their top hats to park the cars, with a constant smile on their face. When your eyes ...
... ears), through the narrow lanes , till we reached the cemetery, with graves dating from the early 1700’s, ... the most glorious views any dead folk have ever seen (and us) of the whole of the bay - looking to the Italian border to the North and south to Roquebrune Cap- Martin.,
A quiet Panache (shandy)and bread roll in a square with a large tree canopy to shelter from the sun, as we cooled down , before finding a bus stop , to catch the bus back South along the ...
Today Rosie and I did a day trip together as the others had a late night and couldn't be bothered to join! We got the train to Cannes, walked around the city, the port and then the beach. We saw the building where the Cannes Film Festival is held and stopped for a coffee. We then got the train to Antibes for lunch which was also very beautiful and had a lovely beach and old town. The water in the south of France is crystal clear and so inviting, all I want to do is go to the beach ...