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I was going to title this blog by making a pun using the word Nice, but it was too obvious. Then I was going to title it by rhyming something with Nice, like geese, but no words really fit. The best I could come up with using the wrong pronunciation of Nice, "A Trice in Nice" - so I give up, there is no pun to be had here sorry. I slept well. At about 4am I heard a diesel motor go past, in my dreamy state it sounded like it was just outside the tent, but in ...
... bus didn't come for another half hour.) We tried to use our day pass again, but the bus driver rather vehemently told us it was not possible. We said we had come up on it but he refused to let us so we had to pay the €1.50 each to go back. About half way down and after the bus had made a squeaking noise all the way, the driver stopped the bus and told everyone they had to get off and wait for another bus!! So off we got and started to get on the bus that ...
... trucks, and a wedding planner rushed by with an emptry birdcage. I wondered if Beatrice would be thrilled by the upcoming wedding spectacle, or if she'd offer a quiet word or two of sisterly caution to the bride.
This afternoon, our last in Villefranche, we took a boat tour to Monaco for a final look at the Cote D'Azur's splendor. We ambled past many of the sites we've ...
... scheduled. Both the girls had mussels and fries (moules et frites), but they weren't as good as the ones by our beach. We headed back to the train station for our 10:10pm departure. Unfortunately, when we arrived at the station, the information screen was showing that our team was delayed by over an hour. The prior train was also delayed. There seemed to be general confusion at the train station and everyone was milling about hoping for a status change. ...
... outside with the baguettes. "Is it cold?" I asked about the Coke. "No, they didn't have cold," Anne said.
We headed down the street on our long walk looking for a cash station. We kept walking but no cash station appeared. The neighborhood changed from a French town to more of an urban center, with the road getting wider and parking garages replacing the boulangeries. Finally, we came upon the long block that I had circled twice looking for a right turn. ...