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... living in Seattle, who somehow has infiltrated the media. A lot of running ******** etc. relaxing in the many outdoor cafes.
I didn’t really see that much of it accept in a taxi but the Nice Promenade is about 5km long with many restaurants & one long beach. I noticed people swimming at midnight in what appeared to be party central. So in answer to ...
... when the fellows at the table next to ours remarked on our (custom made for the tour) jerseys. It turns out they were Australians recently moved to Monte Carlo, and cyclists too. They recommended a route for our cycling afternoon that included some of the climbs we had decided to avoid. We thanked them sincerely, wished them "Bonne route!" as the French do, and followed our "Plan B" route anyway.
I don't know whether it is due to the ...
... the floor whilst everyone on the bus looked on just praying they they wouldn´t be next. That poor guy was either dodgy as hell or just very unlucky... Again nothing was found and we continued on our journey....
At 4am at our scheduled arrival time, the bus broke down on the motorway just 20km outside Nice.... And then imcompetence ruled!!! Not only did we not get told anything, we were not allowed to get off the bus for the next 6 hours!!! Suffice to say, with ...
... He's so silly that way. Eze village was a bust. But oh well, how would we know unless we've tried it? It was our last day here and maybe too high expectations were placed on it, or maybe waking up on the right side (or in R's case the wrong side) really has a lot to do with it. Regardless, Nice was great. It wasn't exactly the restful time we had anticipated but we made the most of it. Things I learned: McDonald's is the best place for ...
... steep flight of stairs. It's fantastic! The landscape is really beautiful. Craggy mountains covered in colorful houses, vineyards and trees, ending suddenly in a jewel of a sea.
We walked around a lot this afternoon, along the F1 track to the harbor where we had dinner overlooking the yachts lit by moonlight. Since it is my birthday I got to choose where we eat and ...