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 ...
... us instead.We are now in Beaune, Burgundy and decided to go for a ride to a national park and walk round a few villages. We stopped off for a picnic by a pond and had a teddy bears picnic. It was lovely and we watched little fishes eating breadcrumbs. Theo wanted to play games before we got back in the car, so grandma played swinging with Theo. The silly bear then decided ...
... hitting a Bentley, Roller or Ferrari- it was quite a sight to behold!
You could almost taste the money.
We then caught our own chauffeur driven transport (i.e. bus) back to our apartment, so the kids could enjoy playing with their new toys.
There is a lot of excitement here because our cruise is coming up soon...hopefully the weather will continue to get warmer.
We head off tomorrow morning early to catch our planes to Barcelona.
... partly in the narrow road, surrounded by flowers and pots. It was the sort of place I would like to spend longer and have a meal; as it is full of locals and the smells drifting on the air are dribble-worthy.
We had hoped that the cyclists would have turned off, but no. On and on, up hill and down again, there was a stream of them we had to pick off, one by one.
Choosing the minor roads wherever possible, we knew that before long 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 ...