Travel Blogs from Juan-les-Pins
... up at the lavish Grand Casino instituted by Charles III in 1856, with a never ending supply of sports cars parked up outside. While the sun was still shining away, we went back to the harbour at caught a small boat across to Monaco-Ville, to walk around the old town. Came across some great look out spots, then found the old Cathedral and some more lash buildings, before following a path through the park leading back into town, finding Skippy.
... A young woman in a red bikini saunters down the middle of the road, her attention averted towards one of the cafes. She looks back at us, tossing her hair, neither startled nor altering her path.
Leaving the Peugeot to bake in the 34 degree afternoon, we begin the trek back along the shore to the town centre. Some people are just spreading out their beach towels. Those who have already found a place in the sand ...
... have to pay. On the positive side the phone still works and we did have a laugh about it (or it would have been a cry). So this morning we got up and booked our tickets to Nice (thank goodness for Nicole's conversational French!) and have been chatting to canadians and an old french lady who kept rambling on and was obsessed with my British magazine. We will arrive around 6pm with the intension of dinner somewhere nice and a beach day tomorrow. Update you more soon I'm sure :) Tasha ...
... trip, we didn't have prepurchased tickets for the trip from Ventimiglia to Nice as this is operated by French rail, even though Ventimiglia is still in Italy. When we arrived in the Italian border town Mike went and got 2 tickets in time to catch the last journey of our day in around 15 minutes time. Perfect timing.
Until the departures board all of sudden informed us that this next train had been cancelled. This was going to make our arrival time at ...
... the coolish ocean. She happily dived in to very cold water off the boat last week, but when their is a way to back out - she does most times
After the swim we wandered to the local fruit and vege market - along the way something happened that seems to be occurring more and more often...people ask us for directions / help. We must be looking like locals?? This time we were stopped by two young Swedish girls who were in Anitibes for ...
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