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Travel Blogs from Saint-Jeannet
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 ...
... apparently are. Michelle goes to ask the conductor which seats are reserved and the ones that aren't. Apparently they all needed to he reserved and the train was full. Great....well he gave us the little fold down seats in between the cars. I think he felt bad for us, so we just paid him twenty euro for the reservation on got to sit a couple hours on some very uncompfy ...
... laughing with an undertone of evilness. OK… the last one is a lie, we actually see the Monopoly Guy but, if he existed, he would live in Monaco! After checking into the hotel we went for a wonder into the centre of Monte Carlo. Before stopping for lunch, we walked past the Marina. Your perspective of wealth changes after you walk past Monaco Marina. I have never seen yachts the size of what the Marina was clad with. Side by side stood 3 to 4 storey ...
Happy Canada day everyone! I hope that you are enjoying your day! It is another beautiful day here...I can see why the French Rivera is so loved! We are spending Canada day in between 2countries today. We woke up a bit late but gathered our belongings and stored them at our hotel so we could make the15 min/10 km ride along the coast to Monaco! This was a last minute decision as it seems our well laid out plans were kiboshed by the jet lag!
... 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 - ...
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