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The little town where our campsite is located is a very old medieval citadel. Not much here, a few small shops and a big supermarket (which is always empty of people - who goes there?) So, after a lazy morning of chores we headed into the town to discover that the majority of it is vertical! Scarlett counted 1300 steps! It was hard going in the heat, with a buggy, on ...
A quiet morning to catch up on work, school work, emails and the blog! Then headed out for a nice walk in the 'mountains'. Andy had found a book of walks, all in French tho (love a challenge!) so trying to translate it and find the right place to park and correct path to go on was interesting. This was after the BMW sat nav lady tried to kill us a few times: "please turn sharp right now" when sharp right was over ...
... br> Will and I love this Plaza of St. Barbe. We have made it our custom to spend our first evening having dinner in the restaurant there. It looks out over the valley, down to Nice and the sea. We also sit on the benches there in our last night and dream of coming back. That is where I am sitting right now as I write this. Well off for some delicious pizza. More about our visit to Menton and St Agnes ...
... this warm afternoon the heady perfume soon filled the car. How nice it must be to live surrounded but such lovely scent. Then we came to Lac de Ste Croix that we looked down onto from an escarpment and saw the brilliant aqua coloured lake dotted with small white sailing boats and a village with pink roofs that blended in well with the surrounding countryside. As we drove around the lake nearly every vantage point was packed with people admiring the view.
This past week has been interesting, to say the least. The week began on a high from Florence and the dread of class starting again, switching from the weekend of only English to French in class and with Celina was a bit difficult at first, but I find certain phonetic sounds and phrases to be coming more of a natural thing.
The week of classes went rather smoothly; we began to learn simple past and future tenses, which, oddly enough, seemed to click with me for ...
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