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... appear) from the night befores heroics we said goodbye to the blue water and headed for bed.
Another early start for a long day of travel I decided to take a morning walk to get a few last shot of the coast on what was a slightly drizzly morning.
back at the hotel packed and ready we headed for our first of 3 trains which is where I sit right now watching the Italian coastline go by and lookign foward to a little piece of paradise called the Cinque ...
... Marble from this area has been used extensively in most buildings in Italy and many around Europe.
We stopped off for a 30-minute break at a place called Lugulia and after leaving there, the guide initiated a game to count the number of tunnels we would travel through to until we reach the French border.
My count was 169 but in fact there were 167.5 as the Swiss – the French border was halfway through a tunnel. It is not surprising the ...
... joined us. IT WAS SO MUCH FUN! We felt super badass blading along the beautiful Nice promenade :) it was also SUPER hot and we were all gross and sweaty by the end so we got our free powerade and jumped in the ocean! - the water was sooo beautiful but it was also quite painful trying to get in and out of the water. The stones were really hot and also really hard to walk on because they kept moving. We all looked like baby deer trying to get out of the ...
... know what it was other than delicious. So the afternoon I spent wandering around in the colorful city streets and the beach. As an added bonus there was a music festival going on by the beach that I got to see.
The first night I met some people from Ireland, Canada and England. We went out both nights, but the second night they recommended some wok restaurant where we got some ...
... or else we would have had to walk another 45 minutes down to the train station.
Sixth lesson: when everything is closed on Sundays, KFC is always an option.
Alexis and I looked for a quick sandwich or fast food that we could take on the train with us. Again, we had a 12 hour journey and the only restaurants open were either too expensive, too crowded or had food that wasn't appetizing to us. And then we saw KFC. The thought of a mashed potato bowl ...