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... all along the coast and the way the forest comes right down to the sea in places. Brendon bought a few more picnic supplies and we had a lovely picnic on the hotel terrace with a bottle of Dolcetto from Tenuta Fagnanetto - it was the perfect red wine for a picnic. The kids had a great play with a little boy also staying at the hotel - I love how there's no language barrier between kids. Now I'm off to watch Germany V ...
... beauty of the Côte d'Azur for the first time and I fell in love. I wasn't actually in Nice because the beaches have pebbles, instead Val and I went to Cannes because it has sand. One of Val's friends that she met a few days prior came along with us which was cool because he knew the area. This particular beach was very relaxed and quiet. We were the only ones playing music; we had to keep our reputation of "loud Americans" obviously. The water wasn't ...
... to a spectacular view at the summit.
The Col du Galibier 2,645 m (8,678 ft)) is the highest paved road in the Alps and the sixth highest mountain pass. It is often the highest point of the Tour de France. Before 1976, the tunnel was the only point of passage at the top, at an altitude of 2556 m. The tunnel was closed for restoration ...
... early time for Cannes. We put our belongings in a place we would be able to keep an eye on while we were in the sea. We were warned there are plenty of naughty people here so we were vigilant.
We had a lovely wallow in the sea that was a very pleasant temperature. We were bobbing around for almost an hour.
By the time we got back out, the beach was getting fairly busy with every size and ...
... doing zip lining and rappelling from the fortress walls. We tried to see if we could get a ride, but unfortunately it was a private group, so we could not zip off the walls. We then walked down to the dragons point which is a breach on the south side of the island where the water is clearest. It was not really a 'beach', but more a rocky shore. But we had our minds set on doing some snorkeling, so we changed into ...
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