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... up in the place the GPS took us to. It is now 12.45pm, and we have only fifteen minutes to get to the hotel. We decide to park the car and walk to the hotel. Issy's phone GPS tells us that while the hotel is only a few minutes away by car, this is via a tunnel under the harbour. Pedestrians aren't allowed in the tunnel. They need to walk right around the harbour. This will take half an hour. We find a taxi rank. If a taxi turns up in the next five minutes we will ...
... an early night after a few drinks with nice English couple staying at our B&B and who are leaving the next morning. I am back on the Perrier water, shall be for some days!
Drove into Nice the next morning but the traffic was so busy that we decided to just keep driving. We'd seen the seafront all lit up the night before which was much nicer then all of the traffic and tourists that were around during the day. To avoid tolls we drove down the coastal road. We arrived in Cannes and were lucky enough to get a park near the water when someone pulled out just in front of us. It was so hard ...
... half an hour!
On our last night there Dave and I had dinner with Catherine in Vieux Lyon, and it was lovely to catch up with her and here how she’d been going for the last few weeks. We parted ways again later that evening. . . Safe travels Catherine, have loads of fun and take heaps of photos! (Coz I know you’ll read this :P ) It’s nice how many friends I’ve got living in Wellington now, so many reasons to visit! ...
... I went out again to the Vieux Port this evening, where I bought a pair of shorts, since the zipper broke on one of mine.
Anyways, like I said, it is gorgeous, but unbearable here, and I am very concerned that I will be unable to tolderate Barcelona at all. As it is, I think I will be cutting my visit there from 3 nights to 2, just to make it more manageable. I can't wait to go back to mild, temperate Germany!