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... with me today as i was determined I'd find a tree to sit under and just soak up the French Riveria atmosphere. Trace had forgot her camera so I sat back and started some knitting while waiting for her. Caused quite a stir apparently, people staring. One lady came over as she was leaving and tried to tell me (she had no English) that I was holding my needles wrong and then she took my knitting and tried to show me. Funny. I know I don't hold my needles right but it ...
We met up with Rosie, Belle, Jess, Tattiana and Ruby here and shared an apartment really close to the beach. It was so nice to see the girls again after being away from them for so long. The Tour de France happened to be once second day we were there! The Australians won the time trial woooo!!! We all went out that night and about 90% of ...
First stop was Monaco, where we all chose our favourite $100 million ish launch (Hamish' preference was for one with a helicopter on the back) , and selected the best colour for a Ferrari. I'm sure we blended in really well and didn't look at all like tourists. Gelato, check, T-shirt,check, and its time to move on.
On to Frejus to catch up with friends Jason and Jo and their kids for a few days.
... walking. Had a brief walk through the tourist heavy old town, before getting a baguette, tart and drink for lunch. Took the bus to Cimiez for some free museums. Watched people play pétanque for a while before examining the Matisse and Archaeological museums. Bussed back down towards the centre. Saw some people practice with a surveillance drone with 8 rotors. Went back to the hostel and got dinner — cheesesteak and a ...
... spice market in the old town. By now we had thrilling sunny weather, so we were able to pack a picnic and enjoy the foreshore and the beaches, looking out at the fortress and the snow covered Alps.
Antibes is also well known as a place where Pablo Picasso did a great deal of work. We tried to see the gallery but it was closed. Apparently the town had given him a castle to recluse himself in after the trauma of the ...