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... and move him from the gangplank to the boat...very concerning!
We met our bus and tour guide and off we went to Monaco...the second smallest country in Europe! It was about a 90 minute ride through Cannes, then Nice and on to Monaco. What struck me most about the ride was the mountainous coast. The Alps actually extend right down to Monaco. The tour guide told us that it is an hour and a half to get to the ski resorts from the ocean. Again, we were struck by the ...
... one other explanation as to why traffic cones littered the Cannes highways and by-ways. The same reason they litter the roads and streets of most countries in the world…to **** motorists off!!!
After rounding the small peninsula passing the Palm Beach Casino, the train doubled back taking the higher road where, the commentary stated, all top designer shops are situated. Since when have ‘Claire’s Accessories’ and Accessorize’ been top designer ...
... not help myself as every corner was just as beautiful as the street before it. I finally had to pull myself away and catch the bus back to the Train Station at 3pm to return to Cannes.
Wednesday was spent preparing for my trip up to Paris on Thursday, given that the train left at 8am. I had tried to organise to take Tim out for dinner to say thank you for adopting me, however, his social life meant that he was otherwise engaged and I had a quiet dinner on my own.
... not work.. But it is Nice.. So it's all good. We were minutes from the French Riviera. We went out to dinner in the evening and had the 'Topdeck cocktail' and another French dish. It was pretty solid! After dinner we headed to 'Wayne's bar'. Most packed bar ever! Live band too! I'm wishing I had a guitar right now. It's hitting me hard! Plus the guy in the band was playing a Tele just like ...
... a mad rush to move all the bedding and mattresses away from the windows to save having wet bedding again. We had a nice waterfall coming down the stairs by this time but no damage.
The sun soon came out again. Most went to explore the town but I decided to stay behind and have a shower and sort my stuff out. I had a walk later on down to the local Lidl's to get some beer, wine and a bit of fruit. I called into the ...