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The initial plan for today
was to stay in Nice to see the old town and the two main museums: the
Matisse and the Chagall. My dad soon saw that it was Tuesday and both
museums were closed. so he changed tomorrow's destinations for today. We left at 8am and since Nice is the
fifth largest city in France, we encountered some traffic
but in 20 minutes we were out of the city traversing the towering ...
Last night while I ate the fabulous home cooked meal made for me by Madame Goussal, my roommate arrived. Her name is Sarka and is from Prague (pronounced Sharka, but more like a shz sound than an sh sound). It looks like she is getting twice as much for her money as she is also practicing her English with me! She is an easy-going 22 year old biochemistry student working on her Masters. She studied French in grammar school and like me wishes to brush up. ...
... cannot be taken in one go, he has to reverse and readjust before climbing further. This would be fine if it were not for inconsiderate and impatient french drivers. Monsieur is not averse to shaking his fist, screaming '*****!', and winding down his window raising a Churchillian salute and shouting "et, la meme chose a vous, Monsieur!!".
Finally, we reach the camp site. It's 12.30pm and, of course, the office is shut until 3.30pm. It is ...
There really aren't enough words to surmize yesterday's 70th Grand Prix of Monaco. We met a number of people who came from all over the world to see this race. For many it's the Holy Grail of racing.
After a comically late Saturday night, we woke up, found some energy and arrived at the train station. They were running extra trains and there was a very long serpentine line which all race goers would inevitably wait in.
After a quick 20 minute train ...
... too fast to try for a photo. Nice to see a lot of the big names and a good start for the season for Brad Wiggins.
Yesterday we climbed to ...