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Had a little sleep in today as our bus wasn't till 1030, so instead of the alarm going off at 6:15 AM at went off at 8:15 AM. A bonus two hours extra for us. However this did mean that when we got on the bus we didn't have first choice of the seats, as some people were travelling from Florence straight thru to Nice. By the time Nick and I got on, the only available two seater was the second to last row from the back of the bus. I ...
Saturday 28 December
It hadn't snowed overnight but there was still a good
covering everywhere. And the road was clear so there were no problems with
coaching to Zurich Airport.
As we lost altitude we also lost the picture post card white
blanket. Crossing the River Rhine also meant crossing the border into
Switzerland which was a non event, apart from officials checking the coach had
paid its road tax ...
The name is Young. Pam Young. Today's mission? Surveillance of Monaco, to collect information that will inform the possible movements of other agents for whom the principality may one day be a destination.To maintain a low profile, I am dressed in vacation attire and travelling with the locals on public transportation. Accompanying me is my most engaging companion, Mr. Moneynickel
We catch ...
... tackled with luggage to find a lovely room - all good. 1 couple had arrived the day before and after discovering they were out we went exploring only to run into them a few minutes later in the street. During the afternoon 2 other couples arrived with the lastcouple arriving that night, Of course it became very loud once we were all together as we caught up on everyone's news.
The second day in Nice was the TDF Team ...
... Modigliani, Signac, Colette Matisse and Cocteau. At the Colombe d'Or (Golden Dove) Auberge they often traded their paintings for room and board. This has resulted in collections that can still be seen today. Chagall moved here in 1950. We could not get into the Colombe d'Or as we had no lunch reservations. They do not allow you in unless you are a guest. We had bought a baguette, Camembert, and pears. We found a lovely wall by a bocce court and enjoyed ...