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... were served ahead of us. Then I remembered reading in one of the many travel books that it's common in this part of Europe that you pay first, get a docket, then proceed to the food counter, that's OK when you know or read a sign - no sign, the kiosk looked like a newspaper/lolly stand not a cashier! Next train was to Genoa, what a disappointment - the rail station was dirty, old and very uninviting for our re-introduction to ...
After some time studying the form, big bets were placed and all money was lost in what seemed like a blink of an eye.....in reality it was one spin of the wheel which is slightly longer than the blink of an eye.
We'd done our dough and so we left and headed home. I should add that earlier I had copied Mark Webber and successfully completed the famous F1 hairpin. Mark had it easy, I had cars coming towards ...
... in a hurry. We took a bus back from Nice to Villefranche around about 5:30pm. Got taking to a lady from Sweden, who lives in Nice. She helped us get the bus.
At Villefranche, we had fish, calamari, chips for dinner. Met two girls from New Zealand eating at the same cafe. Taxi picked us up at 8:15pm to get our 11pm flight. Landed in Barcelona an hour ...
... ascent from the bus stop took me about 16 minutes. Once down the hill I decided to walk to Cap D'Ail which was about 1.5km. I did a bit more food shopping before deciding to check out the beach which meant another very steep descent down windy roads and then walking tracks to plage Mala where there were two restaurants meant for people other than me as they were pricey. I doubled ...
... looked at the boat harbour and we went back to the car and drove to the beach. It was a stoney beach but it did not hurt as it was pebbles. I got very very very wet and the waves shook like like mountains. Then we got dressed and then we went to a small town called Eze. It was a pretty village because it has nice walks and a nice garden. It is very old and very steep and rocky. The buildings looked very old We then went back home to Liam's place for dinner and to play on his ...