Travel Blogs from San Remo
... keep the sea on your right Paul) failed to deflect the Mod's progress.
However, he nearly came a cropper coming down the hill past Monaco but he is keen to say that he got "the knee down" on his journey.
Miles Robinson, a proper biker, that line's for you.
"I have never seen so many Vespas," said Paul upon his entry to Italy - no I didn't tell him why that was.
He's staying tonight at the Hotel Globo in the town centre of San Remo - 75 euros, ...
... any gambling because well, I don't know how to play any of the card games. Monte Carlo was so pretty and at night, so stunning with the water. It is such a rich place OMG there are so many rich people there and the boats are just insane! Honestly about the size or bigger, it is just unbelievable. After Monaco we got back on the bus and headed home. I went to bed because I did not want to feel sick from the bus trip like I did the other day. Today was a pretty nice day actually. ...
... to lie in the sun on the very rocky beach. How uncomfortable!
This morning one expensive boat after another arrived. It seems there is some sort of boat show happening. These particular boats must cost millions.
The lovely calm waters of our window view yesterday are now full of white caps. But it's a view you would never tire of. Unfortunately tomorrow we're leaving Nice and heading across the border back to Italy.
(Accommodation: La Maison du ...
... evening in one of Munich’s famous Beer
Gardens last night, drinking Liter Steins of Bavarian beer and eating German schnitzel. What a life…….! Back to reality in a couple of weeks,
Gunpowder here I come.
Looking forward to our time in Italy,although a little
concerned with driving from what you see and here about the Italian traffic?Well we have survived our first couple of hours on the road in Italy and have ended up at ...
... in Nice were very kind and helpful. Almost everyone I asked "Parle vous anglais?" knew enough English to help me out. The atmosphere in the town was a balance between a rushed feeling and a slower pace. Down near the beach and in Old Town it seemed relaxed, but on the bigger streets and near the train station people and traffic were pushing forward to get there as fast as possible.
Next stop - Milano, Italia! Ciao ...