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- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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It was a bit of a rush this morning as we had to drive from Beaulieu Sur Mer to Menton to return the hire car. Then we caught the train to Sanremo (Italy) for the next nights stop. We did this because if we took the car and dropped it off in Italy it would have cost an extra $500 Euro. So the plan is to stay in Sanremo tonight and ...
... I was feeling very shy even though lots of the guests spoke English. They barbecued lobster tail for dinner, toasted with champagne at midnight (as you walk around the room kissing everyone's cheeks), and then warmed up very strong french cheese on the fire and served it with bread as fondue after the toast. French traditions are so fun!
Following the suggestion of the Dauphins team manager, today we visited a small medieval mountain village, Luceram. I won't write ...
... 20 Euro and then accepted without even a counter offer.
We finished the market and decided it was time for lunch. Last time we were in Italy, we were so impressed with the food that we knew stopping for food would likely be so worth it. We turned away from the ocean and began our search for a quaint and adorable red checkered table cloth type restaurant. About 10 minutes into this search we both realized that we had no clue what time the train for home ...
... 18km to the first village and I make it to find that the little garage is closed, it looks like permanently.
But a young guy stops in an old van and asks if he can help. I follow him to his nearby house. In the garage he has two bikes, a Suzi Exup and a Kwak 750. He also has a compressor. The International Biking Brotherhood comes up trumps again.
With plenty of ...
Day 294 5 hrs, 11.1 kms It's nighttime. The train crosses a long bridge across a gorge before reaching Cuneo on a plateau on the other side. I wander around the quiet streets, to the main plaza and back to the edge of town--but realize I'm going to have to hike all the way across the gorge bridge to find a secluded camping spot. Next morning there's a more cheery atmosphere. It's the first day of school and parents are taking their smartly dressed kids off to ...