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... colleagues, by reading a novel on the park bench and enjoyed a slow afternoon doing NOTHING! In our never ending search for increased steps/walking miles, we entered the old section of Menton and climbed via narrow winding ways to the top of the old town. On our way we encountered the chapels of the black penitents and the white penitents, neither open for reflection as to their differences. We continued upwards fueled by a ...
... Push hard, brake hard, look for cars, go wide, go again, ignore the drop off, zoom through villages occasionally looking at the breathtaking view. Nearly everyone wanted to do it again, some even if they could climb it again. Thursdays climb took us through green, waterfall decorated ravines, tunnels, coffee at the base of a massif, a climb up the massif and, for David & myself, a chance to visit the castle at Gourdon. We could look back down over 1000m at the speck of ...
... like a top holiday spot in good weather with lots of hiking, swimming, camping options throughout the area.
Besides...who goes to an amazing canyon and only sees it by bus? We did...well no...almost.
One saving grace was a 30minute stop in cute village with an interesting patisserie.
... the answer was "no we have already gone past the stop". And of course...No you can't use the bus toilet.
Anywhoo...once frantically spending half an hour in misery trying to find a toilet in Rapallo (some broken, some out of bounds...damn restaurants) no help from our tour guide..eventually finding a squat type one...lets not talk about that....I emerged to find that the scenery was actually very nice and we had ...
... 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 ...