Hotel Le Chastellan
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Well you can always have too much of a good thing. The hotel we are staying at had at least 20 cyclists staying in two organised groups one Aussie (wow!!) and one English. To say it was a scrum for breakfast would be an understatement. There were bikes everywhere. Steve looked enviously at the repairs vans that were following the groups and …
... river plunging to the right of the narrow road. Our campsite is very quiet and tranquil. We walked up to the village this evening which is perched on the top of a hill with views down to the sea at Cannes.
Tuesday 21st April.
Walking boots on, we walked back up to Bar sur Loup and found the path that will take us up to the mountain to the village of Goudon. A beautiful village perched on top of the mountain with an old chateau ...
... and then into the shop where you could try some free samples. The girls were pretty happy about this, in fact they were as happy as kids in a ....... no the analogy has gone. We tried some which were all very nice but the prices were bloody high so it was a bit wasted on us. We are not connoisseurs of chocolate and sweets, we just like to eat as much as we can as quickly as we can. We had a bit of a walk back to the river and a quick paddle ...
... 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 ...
... it was about 15 Chinese tourists telling me in broken English what a great car it was and asking how many people could fit in it :-D.
<Wendy> I popped off to the loo and came back to see Bob surrounded by a gaggle of new friends. They all jumped back on their coach and we waved them on their way. Back on the autoroute, we had a bunch of locals tooting and waving from their van as they sped past us so we spent the morning feeling quite ...