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... is not a city it is a casino. I feel so dumb. It was a really nice hotel and there were these two valet guys that kept watching Beth walk back and forth. I found it really funny and so did a couple of other people but I don't think that Beth found it funny.
So, we are on our way to Eze and we are going to this place where they make perfume. I am really bad with remembering the names of places but I took a picture. I don't plan on ...
... our bus tried to make the hairpin turn, it became jackknifed in the middle of a 6 way intersection.
Yep. After surviving the tunnel we managed to get on the bus that would jack knife in the middle of the road. So, the bus driver shuffled everyone off the bus and Leah and I began the long walk home (actually only like 15 minutes) covered in dust.
Thank goodness we leave France tomorrow. Hopefully Italy has fewer catastrophes in store for ...
We awoke today to driving rain, gusty winds and dark, gloomy skies! It was quite a shock, since yesterday was a perfectly clear 90 degree day. However, the sea conditions at Portofino had gotten steadily rougher as the day progressed, and our return to the ship on the tender last night saw 3 foot swells make it a rough ride back, and a very challenging transition from the tender to the ship! A few people got soaked by the waves, but fortunately, we were ...
... tourist rubber necking in Cannes, was to have a week off with our daughter, son-in-law and granddaughter in a hinterland village.
Our arrival at the point where the mountains sweep down into the Mediterranean also marked the completion of our grand circuit of the Alps from the Julian Alps in Slovenia. Over two years we had covered more than 6,000 km in the Alps, crossed more than 50 high passes and explored the mountain back-roads of six diverse countries. ...
... t in a mood to be too discriminating.
Seven kilometres down the road the village of Gordona was pasted against the steep valley wall and the B&B Cimavilla was right at the top. It had an amazing view down the valley (almost lost in the haze), two bedrooms, a kitchen, bathroom, a nice living area, 30 Euro a night price and breakfast thrown in. As I was moving in I noticed a photo on the wall. The owners and their Moto Guzzi were posed at ...
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370 Route du Village, Auribeau-sur-Siagne | 4 star hotelfrom $162