Hotel Europa - San Remo
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Decided to go and find something to eat this morning, take it easy and see how we felt in afternoon and maybe bus into Nice. I had a French breakfast, tea, French bread and croissant Simon had the American . Sat along the waterfront, very quiet, could imagine it would be very busy in the summer, nice to be here in the off season. Had a little wonder along ...
... rock to sand. For delicate feet, salvation is only a few steps (and about 7 Euros) away. Most shops around the beaches sell water shoes and let me tell you, it's a worthy investment. They may not look so elegant but trust me, neither is that awkward walk/dance across the hot rocks into the water. The best thing about rock beaches is: No sand everywhere at the end of the day. It's a much, much cleaner tanning experience. In August, the beaches ...
... 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 ...
For some reason I was very tired during my morning of classes today. Despite my fatigue, the weather was beautiful and I had this feeling like it was the last day of school before summer vacation. After my last class and saying my au revoirs to my teachers and classmates, a few of us headed next door to the cafe where we had steak, salad, and fries for just 6 euro! Of course I enjoyed my fries with mayonnaise, as that it the European way!
... 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 ...