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Today we didn’t get up as early as the other mornings and
went down to breakfast at about 9:00. We then walked into the main street to
have a look at the shops. We got in at about 9:30 and had to just walk up and
down the main street until everything opened at 10:00. We had a look in a few
shops then headed down to the beach. We met up with Paul and Amanda on the way
and went down onto the stones with them. As we ...
... we weren't on - so waited 20 mins for next. This one was straight through so a lot quicker, but is the first train we have been on where they asked to see our tickets - lucky we had mastered the ticket machine. They also had about 6 police walking through carriages not sure why that was. Anyway back in Nice, caught up on laundry, sent parcel home, sorting out bags and will have early tea. Early start in the morning 7am flight to Naples - looking forward to Italy our next ...
... river edge to check out the area – found the Australian
Bar and also an Irish bar which will be good places to go back to. Took my new boots in for re-soling to protect
them from the cobble stone streets and then walked on home again for our lunch
before our meeting with Maddi and Corban’s teachers at 1pm.
The meeting was great with Madam
Crivello (Corban’s teacher), Madam Nicolle (Maddi’s teacher) and Madam ? (the
French teacher) ...
... no). Had a delicious dinner of fried seafood and spare ribs before we headed on our way back to Nice as the sun was setting. I swear we were in a movie. We eventually made it back to Nice, after getting a little lost in the ghetto (more prostitutes, why we always find them I do not know), and hit the hay. It was a long day and we decided that we would save our energy for Paris tomorrow night.
Thank you to the hostel guy (never got his name) for giving us the ...
... was mostly rocky so Cannes was more "traditional" and therefore pretty crowded with locals. The second day Andrew and I did our own things. He hiked in the local mountains and I sat at the beach all day. Literally all day. I saw the sunrise and sunset from the same spot just taking some time to think and ponder my own thoughts. A short post because not too much ...