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... and access the old village without hiking. So, while Conor and I were walking around with sweaty clothes drying in the breeze, some tourists were very clean and put together looking. As we weren't planning on getting lunch or doing any serious shopping in the village, our athletic attire and mildly sweat-matted hair was just fine for the afternoon.
We curved through alley's looking at old doors, windows, and architecture. At the top of the village we found a ...
... have had the visit of my old friend Linda which was great. Although we really only had a weekend together, we had a lovely time and were able to visit La Turbie where we had a delicious and typically French meal, go to the markets, have a lunch party with a friend of hers and our mutual friend Caroline de Glanville. We also went for a long walk on the ridge up high above Cap d’Ail.
At work we have had a tragedy. Oralia, who ...
... car and, although it wasn't firing on all cylinders, he managed to drive it half way up the hill and closer to home. We left it on our small road and they dropped me home. The next day he said he thought it might have been dirty petrol which I thought was very probable as I had let it get rather low. So he sucked out the tube and cleaned out the pump and it seems to be working better. I need to get a mechanic in to give it a complete fix, as it is ...
We walked around the peninsula, playground of aristocrats!
Saint Hospitius lived here as a recluse during the sixth century. Thus, the cape is sometimes called Cap-Saint-Hospice or Cap-Saint-Sospis.
Once the domain of King Leopold II of Belgium, Cap Ferrat is now graced with a number of magnificent ...
... waitress brought a liter bottle and a glass of ice; I drank it until it was empty! Then she brought another bottle, and I felt civilized enough to order some food with it. After eating this late lunch, visiting the town, and shopping a bit, I was ready to return to Nice -- by any means EXCEPT the Nietzsche Trail. A bus to Nice arrived, and I sank down in its seat for the quick 15- minute ride back to Nice. Note: If you go, please take plenty of ...