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... until about 3 in the afternoon. I started out by walking in the opposite direction to yesterday. This time I found a couple of plaza's, some nice gardens and the shopping district. I wish I had come this way yesterday. There was a lot more shelter and a lot more cafes and bars I could have wiled the time away in. I stopped for a coffee as the coffee at my hotel is truly horrendous, so stopping somewhere in the morning for a real cafe latte is a must. I decided to make my way ...
Working lunch deux. Iced coffee and tuna Nicoise. I met the owner, Lawrence, and he starts offering his recommendations to best explore Antibes. After a bit, he suggests he show me around since he grew up here, knows the secrets, and plus has a helmut that's just my size. I agree, and instantly decide to extend my time in Antibes by one day. Suddenly, in the middle of our conversation, a waiter rushes over ...
It isn't raining - yay! Due to our super squishy confined hostel we are up super early and at the local produce market before it opens. Whoops. We grab a few bits and sit by the water and watch the people up and about.
We catch the bus to Monaco setting us back a measly 1.50 euro. It is a beautiful view along the French ...
... picture. I'm not a massive Museum person at the best of times especially Art, I can respect it but don't have an interest. Check out some photos of what people call art ??? Another pick me up Coffee before we head over to Monte Carlo in Monaco which is like a 20 minute train away. I tried to put on my best dapper outfit as we may be walking amongst the rich and the famous. Prior to leaving the station, we had to reserve our ...
"Uh, oh," says Lorne. "I think I might have missed the turnoff into Villefranche-sur-Mer." We both watch the GPS street image change,and listen for the BBC-calm tones of our impeccable onboard navigator to tell us what to do next.
"If possible, make a U-turn. Then, drive 400 metres and take the first left."
With no signage to announce its arrival, Villefranche materializes in the afternoon haze. White yachts with sharp-boned prows gleam among ...