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... By now I'm glad that Patrick & Jackie made me forgo the mussels & pomme frites! This meal was a culinary delight. Oh, I forgot to mention that before ordering, two adorable young men came to our table carrying a basket full of fresh fish. I totally have no idea what they said the fish were, they were too cute to look at & I can't look & listen at the same time!
Dinner was a fillet of ...
... In fact, I don't think either of us will be able to stomach another carbonara for quite some time , the result was that unappetizing!
After a few Bear Grills style antics (with our kitchen knife) oto make the mismatched plug and cords to fit, we realised that the power plug to our campsite hadn't been activated. We we took the long walk up the hill to the 'TV room' where we sat on the balcony, computer and tablet charging, and updated our blog and photos.
Had fabulous drive around the coast, seas so blue and calm. We had to go ashore by tender at Villefranche where the old fort dated back to 1256. Everywhere was SO STEEP. Villas built all up the cliffs. Saw Grand Prix circuit, ourbus driver started on pole position, but not at quite the same speed.
All the rich and famous seem to have villas there, Elton John, Sean Connery etc.
The private boats were so luxurious. ...
... It was not particularly winding and even had passing lanes in places! The views of the Mediterranean on a gloriously sunny day were spectacular. We climbed
through the town to almost the top then found out it was E4 each to go on to
the gardens at the top and the view! We decided against this as we wanted to do
2 more things that day. Wandering through the narrow streets was interesting in
After Eze we drove the rest of ...
... his execution, and Napoleon's bicorn, Mr. Moneynickel was in military history heaven. It was a good thing most of the explanations were in French, or we might still be there.
Just in case we are left with the impression that the Grimaldi fortune is tied up only in historic memorabilia, Albert II has amassed a collection of vintage vehicles that is also open to the public. ...