Hotel Corniche d'Or
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... to their house & just kicked back for a few hours. Enjoyed sitting outside on their terrace & just staring at the countryside.
Gabe was home from school & it was time to get ready & go out for dinner. We were returning to the same Brasserie we had had coffees at in the morning. Again, I have my nose pressed to the car window as we drive into town, the scenery in this region is so spectacular! The harbor is filled with ...
... played cards on a pillow balanced between me as Sophie's knees. We arrived in Ventimiglia, the last Italian town before the French border and the main interchange for crossing over. We couldn't buy a ticket to Nice from the machines and there was a huge line for tickets, so we ended up missing the first train to Nice, although Michael got on it (see you in Barcelona) so he was sure to not miss his connection to Marseilles. We ended up getting a train half an hour later, after ...
... bus routes to get there was not easy. The quaint hillside village of La Turbie also boasted Roman ruins and great views of Monaco. We had lunch at La Terrasse where the owner, Jacques, proudly showed us a picture of himself with Rick Steves taken a few weeks ago.
There is no bus connection between La Turbie and Eze-le-Village. Jacques told us how he and Rick Steves had once walked there ...
... the country which is not part of the EEC.
We got to Zurich just before 11am and checked our bags in
for a 5pm flight. Then I visited the "hole in the wall" for some Swiss francs
as they don’t use Euros.
We caught the train into the city centre and headed off in
what turned out to be the wrong direction! Found a small deserted park to eat
the lunch we bought at the airport to get small change for the train ticket, ...
... that I lost track. But the Trevi Fountain!!!!! Loved it...just beautiful. Lots and lots of people but got to the front (elbows and a big smile) and dipped my hand in. And I studied each and every statue in detail. Amazing that it is fed from spring water via aqueducts put in by the Romans 2000 years ago! Only 20 minutes there but due to the police delay....(I think that was the same day) ...we had to get to The Pantheon ....but just loved it....threw a coin for a ...