Hotel Le Dauphin
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... the marble ranges near Pisa. This area is called Carrara and is where all the marble the Romans used came from so one can only imagine how large these mountains were before all the marble was taken. However at first glance you think there is snow on the top of the mountains but it is the white marble. Apparently there is still heaps of marble remaining so we aren't going to run out anytime soon. We are passing rolling hills ...
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Eventually the TTT began, while an annoying American guy tried to butt in, the largest cheers for the starting groups were the French team, Europcar, BMC, mostly due to Cadel Evans and surprisingly the Australian team, Orica Greenedge (there were some very vocal Aussies in the crowd).
After the final team had started, we got some food and headed back to the hotel to find out who had won. ...
... we had Jerry ( without Tom he said) tell us about our room etc. Ordered our drinks for the bar and then unpacked. The weather has improved and the sun is shining as we sit on the balcony and work out what to do in the way of excursions. Ordered tea and scones room service at 4.30pm. Disappointed that our Calvi trip was overbooked and we had to take afternoon timeslot but we did. Time for evacuation drill . We met Deidre and Peter from Chester She had ...
... looking for all the elevators to take us back up the side of the mountainous Monaco) we made our way to a rather deserted railway station to wait for a train to take us on a much quicker return journey to Menton... only 8 minutes!
Back at Menton we bought pizzas from a pizzeria right at the corner of our street and ate them on the roof terrace of our very own hotel. The pizzas were beautiful and so was our view of our neighbourhood at sunset. Privacy in ...
... Today was a driving/exploring day. From Menton we drove along the coast to Monaco for a bit of a look. What a disappointment. You can't even
tell when you are in Monaco. It just blends into the urban sprawl. Even
the architecture doesn't change. From movies and books and such, you
expect this fantasyland place of streets paved with gold, magnificent
buildings, and exotic sports cars to be lining the streets. but its not
like that ...