Ibis Budget Nice Californie Lenval
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... miss it. We found it and we emerged at the top to a magnificent view of the city below us. We had cold drinks at a small cafe at the top before walking back down (much easier going down than up). The pathway led us down past small waterfalls and through sun dappled woodland before reaching another corner of the old town.
By this time we had walked miles and so we found a small restaurant where we ordered toasted Paninis/Baguettes ...
... in the Megane.
This morning we got up and drove into Monaco. It is a small principality on the southeast corner of France. Very ritzy. This is where the Grand Prix of Monaco takes place. We walked thru the tunnel where the cars would be going 180 mph. We saw lots of exotic cars there. Ferraris, Lamborghinis Porsches, Aston Martins, Maseratis and I saw my first Bugatti Veyron driving down the ...
... of our reds as we can't lug any extra weight. We both put in a supreme effort; Relle more so than I, and polished off one of the reds from Saint Emillion. My girl is an absolute champion, not afraid to step up to the plate and take one for the ...
We had a really early start today as a long drive ahead of us. Stopped along the way at The Leaning Tower of Pisa but we could not go up as the queue was a mile long and we didn't have enough time. From there it was off on thru Genoa and onto Monte Carlo.
We stopped and went in for a look in the casino and walked along part of the Grand Prix Track. The race was on the following weekend. I spotted a guy in racing gear so went up and asked if I could take ...
After lunch we boarded the bus again, this time with a local guide, headed for the artist village of Saint-Paul-de-Vence, about 10km inland. This is another walled medieval town, whose modern role is as a centre for an artistic community. Its narrow streets are lined chock-a-block with art outlets, many featuring artists in residence. Names like Simone Signore and Yves Montand are ...