Hotel Europa - San Remo
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... Too guilty to throw them out...missioned through...but seriously...who needs that much!? Unfortunately only took a photo once they were half eaten. Didn't need lunch.
Back on the Autobahn towards Genova and the Italian Alps...which we had to cross to make it to the Ligurian Coast or the "Riviera of flowers" because of the many flower growing greenhouses in the area. Flower trade was and is big here. 300km + later we were ...
which every way you want to say it... it is a nice place.... but so think a few million of people...lol, my goodness this place was packed and we were not yet into full season. Cant imagine it in July.
The center of town was fairly humming... and rightly so. after a quick drive along the beach... and the realisation that it ...
... here. I got the opportunity to go with Nic to Monaco for the day. Whilst he was working I set out exploring by myself. This was an incredibly scary prospect for me to begin with and I have to admit that I even contemplated sitting in the park for 5 hours waiting for Nic to finish haha. But, that didn't last long. Monaco is a beautiful city and there is so much to see.
So, my day of exploring took me to the casino, and for a browse past shops that I will never be ...
The day had come to check out of Villa Saint Exupery and pick up the van. We got all our luggage together, put it in the storage room then grabbed a taxi to the van hire place. After going over all the finer details we were on the road. First stop, supermarket to load up with food for the next few weeks around France. We then made our way back to Nìce and found a park in a back street somewhere and made some lunch. Lunch was ...
... once again lots of stairs to climb!
But the views were amazing – often a pretty sheer drop down into the Mediterranean.
All the villages were great – just traditional Italian houses and with narrow streets – various cats and dogs just lying in doorways, shops and cafes coming out of houses.
After leaving the villages we have headed a bit further north to San Remo on the Italian Riveria. ...