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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, ...
... de Monte Carlo. WOW. Rich ville! Ferrari's, Maserati's lambos and rolls Royce as
common as the commodore sedan in Newcastle. They were beautiful and in
their abundance around Monte Carlo. The crowds thrived on them.. All
lining up to get photos with them and pretend they had money. The
dreams. I loved them all! Into the casino we were in awe - so beautiful!
And in we went with our moolah... Uh oh!!
I went on a blackjack machine and was winning but got greedy.. ...
... spent the evening on the net and brainstorming trying to figure out what to do with poor Tobi. There is no Australian embassy in Nice so Tobi is off to Paris (as the rest of us venture to Munich) where he will get a new emergency passport at the embassy. He will then met us wherever we may be once it's all sorted. Hopefully the rest of our time in Nice has better luck! It is really beautiful here and putting aside our issues we are still enjoying ourselves ...
... 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 ...
... culture', meaning the intense passion of the Barcelonians. We saw a flamenco show on our first night there. The singer had soulfully clenched fists & threw her whole upper body into her seated performance. The flamenco dancers maintained serious faces most of the time, and danced spectacularly with intense passion. My highlight was the Spanish guitarist. Wow! So fast, so accurate, so passion-inspiring. Passion, passion, passion. ...