La Petite Sirene
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... river edge to check out the area – found the Australian
Bar and also an Irish bar which will be good places to go back to. Took my new boots in for re-soling to protect
them from the cobble stone streets and then walked on home again for our lunch
before our meeting with Maddi and Corban’s teachers at 1pm.
The meeting was great with Madam
Crivello (Corban’s teacher), Madam Nicolle (Maddi’s teacher) and Madam ? (the
French teacher) ...
After barcalona we had no set plans. We could have flown to Ibiza, caught a 24 hour ferry to rome or taken a train and stop somewhere along the halfway mark. We decided to take the latter option and were tossing up between stopping in nice, Turin and Milan. Nice won in the end as we could get a decent hotel for 160e which was close to the train station and it was roughly halfway to rome. We went to the train station the day before to reserve our tickets ...
... the best worst thing we've ever seen. 2 teenager singers, whom I can only imagine won France's version of "American Idol" or something, were the ultimate in pop cheesiness. But it was sure entertaining!
Back to the hotel and headed to bed. Tomorrow we pick up our rental car and Mark has a 5+ hour drive to get us to Annecy in the French Alps. Plenty more photos to check out, and lots more to share coming up!
... the train into the centre to avoid having to deal with the fun of parking the van in a major city. The never ending stony beach is overlooked by the old town, which you could easily spend days exploring. We stopped off at a pub partially owned by one of Terri’s former colleagues and picked up supplies (a package from Amazon and lunch!).
After speeding past Monaco (naturally ...
... different color. We had to sit with our bags because someone had taken up all the luggage space with their baby gear. The baby wasn't even sitting in our section. This train was only an hour long and passed quickly.
Our firth and final train took us from Mersille to Nice. This is where we got our first real first class experience. We got on the car with the giant 1 on the side and we're greeted with cute little individual berths. Each compartment had six big seats. ...