Hotel La Plage
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... back to Antibes to have a quick look at it by day before heading in the opposite direction. We ended up staying until mid afternoon. We parked beside a beach. The beaches are similar to Mission Bay where they are right next to the road. We couldn't see any parking restriction so set of on foot to look at the old town which we could see about a kilometre away. The day was cloudless and warm. The beaches were pretty full of bathers even at 11am. We noticed later in the day as ...
... accept it without complaint when they sometimes collide with a bit of reality against which they are dashed to pieces. ~Sigmund Freud
Humankind cannot bear very much reality. ~T.S. Eliot
The human understanding is like a false mirror, which, receiving rays irregularly, distorts and discolors the nature of things by mingling its own nature with it. ~Francis Bacon
Reality leaves a lot to the imagination. ~John ...
... in this house.
We stopped for breakfast at this place in Bandol that served omelettes on top of french fries. I don't understand the french obsession with fries. They serve fries with every single meal. Like 5 out of 4 meals have fries (on average).
Today I was leading with Jake close behind and Michael Tom bringing up the rear. He likes to bike in this way where he sprints really fast and then slows down, and ...
... hour or so to visit Monaco. We initially thought we might be able to get to Monaco for the Grand Prix (practice day) but ticket delivery etc was going to be too complicated while we were travelling but we were glad to see there was still remains of the circuit which was great to see. We wandered around the port and main city attractions which were all so immaculate it was almost too ...
... the slightest clue what lies ahead. As I saw here the other day (apologies if I get it slighty wrong) LA VIDA ES AHORA. Life is now. The future isn't worth a dime.
But here are some snippets from the past 3 weeks. Enjoy. I did.
Sat in the local market with some dreadful music blasting away in the background. But am sipping the most delicious fresh smoothie which has orange, papaya, pineapple, banana, apple plus some other stuff I ...