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... a cliff walking trail, up the steep steps of the Chemin de la Solitude and then back to the town of Cap D'Ail and along the road through two tunnels to St Laurent d'Eze and up my goat track (chemin de Toscane). I was feeling like I had done a good bit of exercise by the time I arrived home so I sat down to enjoy a lovely lunch in the sun in my courtyard and now I'm putting my feet ...
... have a few laughs trying to explain everything as he speaks little English. Turns out there is a much easier and quicker road up from Monaco! Duh...we think because we had Aggers set to avoid motorways (so we could come the coast road not the autostrada!). The apartment is on the first floor up a narrow set of steps that continue on to Dennis's apartment above. Its compact, original European style though updated, warm and comfortable. The steps would ...
... literally) linen shirt that was very Euro. The kids and I headed back to the hotel to pack, while Sloan went to a few more stores. We checked out, packed up the Silver Beast and drove off towards the airport (about 30 minutes away). Maclean and I dropped the luggage and girls off at the terminal and then headed to the rental car return drop. After a quick inspection, they gave me the bad news that the Silver Beast ...
... watched a show on her computer and if I knew it: Smash. I know of it, that it's like Glee I said, and she said yes and that she really likes Glee. She said the most popular shows in Czech Republic right now are How I Met Your Mother and The Big Bang Theory. Crazy! Today, Meli from Argentina said that I am exactly what she pictures of an American and that I sound just like the people on TV, which I guess I do because of my Midwest dialect. They wanted me ...