La Petite Provence
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... practice which was a lot of fun. The city did a good job of blocking about 90% of the track but from this area there was a clear view of several straights, turns and the pits. And even if you couldn't see a car, you could hear them in other parts of the city, hear the announcers and there was a big screen within view to keep an eye on a few drivers. And the other bonus to the afternoon was that people were very courteous to everyone else and ...
... on Pizza for dinner. The guy putting the pizza boxes was pretty quick, he entertained us while we waited for our pizza.We bought one each and a beer and headed to the beach. It is legal to drink in the street but not in parks after 4 pm. We had a lovely picnic on the pebble beach, although the wind had come up a bit so it was a little chilly. From here we headed to Waynes Bar, the rugby France verses the All Blacks was playing and the place was pretty packed, we ended ...
... Provencal linens, and half price sandals.
After lunch, we discover a steep, stone staircase, broad enough that a restaurant or two and a few shops have set up along its margins. We go into one, and I say "Bonjour" to the saleswoman. She says, "Oh! Vous parlez Francais!" and reaches out as though to rest her hand on my arm. She doesn't actually make contact - French people whose jobs involve serving tourists usually keep ...
... the harbour that was open for coffee and food. Shops don't seem to open before 10am around here. Who knows what time people start work?? Then with our bikes in tow, we took off to explore what we could of Monaco.
Highlights included -
1. Seeing a red ferrari
2. Having my photo taken on the start line of the Monaco F1 track and pretending i was an F1 driver in about the only car i could probably afford in Monaco!
3. Seeing a ...
... 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. ...
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