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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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So pleased to see the sun shining this morning. Lovely breakfast, then we walked into town to explore the quaint streets, shops & many art galleries. Visited the photography museum which has a fabulous display of photos of Picasso, giving great insight into the years he spent living in the area
Back to the coast we drove through Cannes, which was very busy, then around the coast through Juan-les-Pins past the Eden Roc hotel to Antibes.
Walked through the old part ...
So this is what the Verdon Canyon is meant to be like if its not totally white out fog and pouring rain. Which it was all day. All 8 hours of sitting on a bus. Seriously tour company, if you know that a place is not accessible that day. Don't go. Stuff your itinerary!
Tried to take a few pics but kind of ...
Day 4 started with a drive towards Genova along the spectacular highway with stunning views over the rocky coastline. We didn't actually go into Genova but were able to see the huge harbour from the highway.
We arrived in Rapallo and the first issue was...where is A TOILET!!? Pretty typical issue, especially when one has just had breakfast, coffee and so on. I had asked on the bus if we could stop (3hours ...
... holiday spot for many Europeans, mostly in summer. My parents and I had spent a few days there the week before so we didn't take that much notice. Soon after we crossed the border with little effort to Slovenia, the border guards did stop us but just glanced at all of the passports without too much fuss. Previously we wouldn't have stopped at all. The stop was due to the current migration problem in Europe..borders have ...
... des Grand Alpes.
The Hostellerie du Randonneur (hikers' hostel) is run by an ex Ducati Superbike racer called Stefan. Last year he helped me out with a puncture. This year he is equally charming and despite the raging thunderstorm we enjoy a good evening meal and, thoroughly knackered after eight hours of mostly pass riding, we are asleep by ...