Hotel Miramar Cap D'Ail
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... things like "of for ***** sake stop it will you and let me try and read these buttons. And then, Paul, stop it...you can't be doing the claustrophobic thing...and he say, Yes I am (see here panicked face) I have to get out now! But it doesn't have any walls, I cry....it is only waist high and perspex to boot....just climb out. To which he did.......leaving me to my own manner of escape which was to push the green button. Deciding to grab some lunch treats for ...
... water. The waves made a really different sound when washing up and down against the stones instead of sand. Continuing up the hill and through a fortress type building, there were masses of colorful garden beds including pansies, primula, cyclamen and cinneraria. It was a very pretty walk and lots of people around including a few school groups of various ages. April was very taken with the turf bb court overlooking the sea. Stopped for a bite to ...
Bryanston played well dominating the first half and lead 8-7 at the break thanks to a try by Favian Gasser and penalty by Henrique Torrao.
The second half was error ridden by both teams as the conditions got worse. We did not have much territorial advantage in the second half. The only score came three minutes from the end when we were awarded a penalty, but it was reversed as the French ref thought we ...
... fix that mistake immediately. Sooooooooooooooo tomorrow morning I head to Nice to catch a train to Paris, where I booked a hostel for two nights. I will leave for the farm early Thursday morning.
I feel like I need to point out once again how weird traveling alone is. I am just in my head all day and all night and I am on the verge of becoming that odd homeless-looking woman on the street who you watch whispering ...
I think the walk home last night must have done me some good as I woke, albeit late this morning, without a hangover. So far my best laid plans for easying off the booze have been hampered by far too many occasions to celebrate.
Today I was finally going to the scratch the itch of going to the beach. I met Sofia at breakfast a very helpful member of staff from the hostel, who advised that I head to Cap D'Ail, the last stop in France before Monaco. A few ...