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Travel Blogs from Saint-Jeannet
Left this morning Genora where Christopher Columbus was born, stopping in Pisa...Amazing Leaning Tower...lots of pics. Left Italy Travelling thru over 170 Tunnels thr the mountains. We're going to Monte Carlo tomorrow night for dinner...passed it today with all the yatchs in the Harbour
Have a free day tomorrow..will stroll the beaches on the French Reviere.
Weather has been great since ...
After a lovely breakfast on the terrace I took a walk through a sleepy St Jeannet on a beautifully clear Sunday morning. We had a short burst of showers yesterday afternoon and it made the air even cleaner, clearer and a bit cooler. The light here which has delighted so many of the Impressionist painters was even sharper and more beautiful this morning
I loved hearing the morning sounds as the town ...
... from the huge ocean liner anchored in our bay were ferried to shore. The rain eased and we woke April from her 2 hour kip to meander down the hill for dinner. So many delicious choices and we picked a winner with everyone loving their meals (Dean's 3rd foie gras in 3 days)! Amusing taxi ride home given that none of us knew our address :/ and April was plying the driver for info about Elton John's beach ...
... Jeannette is far far up the mountains behind Nice - only 17km, but takes about 40minutes to negotiate the narrow roads. It's overshadowed by a couple of rocky peaks. Old houses cascade down near vertical hillside. Cobblestone lanes wind randomly through the town - one eve n goes though the bottom floor of the auberge - splitting the bottom floor in two. Should have just stayed on the mountain, but we felt me had to push on and see some of the riviera. Drove the High Corniche - ...
... where we'd adventure. As it can be seen in the pictures we wore a decent amount of gear. The gear was a chore to get on and it was a very funny moment when we all hopping or rolling on the ground trying to fit our bodies in the tight wet suits. Dish soap would have made things a lot easier. The scenery was amazing and I had no idea that france was this beautiful. The trip started by repelling down a waterfall about 40 feet tall. We were told to keep a wide base with the feet, ...
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