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... idea when we turned off and found ourselves lost again. By now it is dark, we are almost four hours late and the directions from the dudes playing bocce ( or is that boules) did not work due to a road closure. Finally found the highway but in the wrong direction and ended up back in Nice. A quick U turn and we are off. Another phone call and the manager talked us to the correct exit and waited on the path to great us. She was wonderful after the 25 km trip that should have ...
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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 ...
... this excursion. I spent the last half hour before meeting my buddies sitting in a cafe sipping a Perrier with lemon thinking that this is the last time I will do this on my journey, and just reflecting on what an awesome experience this has been.
When Sarka and I arrived back "home" we had a tasty final meal of omelette, a mixed vegetable salad sort of like cole slaw, and a thin crusted bread topped with sautéed onions. Mmm... I then spent an ...
... 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 ...
... walked down the coast for awhile, enjoying the bright blue-green sea, the beautiful sound of waves as it rolls over stones. The waves of the Mediterranean are not as wild as those of the ocean, which makes sense, but they are LOUD because they're constantly rolling stones! It's an awesome sound actually. It's like a rising crescendo of television static...sort of. I guess that's the closest approximation I can make. It's a beautiful sound.
It was about 80 degrees and a ...