Hotel Europa - San Remo
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... and make our way
back to the same roundabout where we took the right road off it.
The Carrefour’s is the biggest supermarket I have ever been
to. Think the Warehouse and our big supermarkets combined and then “king sized”
to cover 8 to 10 football fields! Having purchased the necessary baguettes,
pate, cheese, etc for dinner and some breakfast things, that finished our first
full day in France.
... into the hills of Nice.
By this time the other museums were open and both were free. The Matisse Museum was over two floors with a third one for special exhibitions. There were some very interesting pieces especially those showing three or four variations on the one work as he sketched different parts or refined his ideas. Some even had lines smudged out. He experimented with quite a few different mediums including sculpture and collage. His favourite medium ...
... 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 ...
... water while the girls got their flip flops and then Jessi almost met me but quickly backed away whining and pointing at something. A jelly fish!! I don’t remember how all three of us got out of the water but it was quick. Thank goodness no one got stung and the bonus is there was no fight about having to leave. Will went to get some change and add some time to our parking. Will went to McDonald’s (YES, McDonalds) to break ...
... sign on the wall together with some colourful balloons and some presents from Angela. At 12.15 we were fetched by Angela's friend Anne and her daughter Fulvia and set out to Apricale a small Italian town in the countryside a good 3/4 hour away. We went to a restaurant that serves traditional Italian food and is only open on a Sunday. It took us a good few hours to get through all the different courses one of which was rabbit baked with olives which tasted rather ...