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Over 400km later, we arrived at our next overnight stop in La Ciotat. Was a newly built apartment over looking the port. We unpacked, jumped back in the car and grabbed some supplies from the Supermarket. Some clothes washing was on the agenda as well as something for dinner. We thought we would stay 'home' tonight so ...
... just to make life difficult, the tool booths refused to accept our credit cards. You take a ticket on entering a toll road. When exiting, you choose from around 15 booths to pay. Some are automatic for those with e-tag, some just for credit cards and some just for cash. We chose credit card, tried all four of Cheryl's and all four of mine. Traffic behind had to back out of the lane. Press the button and wait for someone to come and take the cash ...
... For this stage, we knew that the closest town was Entrecasteaux, and we figured we’d need to come at the race route from a perpendicular road, as the actual route tends to be closed fairly early prior to the race. So, we’ll just make our way over to that town there, and drop down, and voila!
What we didn’t anticipate was that the first teeny tiny bit of our planned route WAS on that race road, and was already closed. OkayFine, ...
... wayne and julie they met on the street and decided that they could not go to monaco/cannes with dirty bikes. so asked the hotel owner if they could wash the bike in the secure compound and he accomadated graciously supplying bucket, hose, sponge and a large black dog for protection. half way through cleaning he showed his own private garage which sported his own british triumph tiger which impressed wayne greatly. ...
... around very second corner there was a sign depicting "campervans prohibited"....
But, since we couldn't understand those signs, we pressed on and tried to have a look, but the further we went, the more obvious it became that we would only be courting disaster, so headed back to the top of the hill where we'd passed a nice looking camping ground on the way in.
We wheeled in there at about 13.10 and joined a queue of what became 6, only to find the sign on ...