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We saw the Grand Prix track...actually we walked some very famous curves. It had been the week before we got there so grandstands and bleachers were still set up.
We headed back to the ship and just crashed...long day!
Angie texted that Kian broke his leg so we were very concerned about that...Thank God he will be OK.
We gathered ourselves together and headed for the open deck, there was a BBQ, band and dancing one floor above us. But ...
... particularly Hailey and Griffin,became inseparable. At the beginning of this trip, while we were in London, we reunited with the Milans for a couple of days of touring London. We were 9 people walking all over London (due to the bike-a-thon, which closed down all public transportation in central London for 2 days). All of us had a ball. Anyhow, Lauren, John and their girls spent the evening together, and continually talked from nibbles, through dessert at Le Caveau. The ...
... with the realisation that the hard work was over and celebrations of wonderful achievements just about to begin. One guy even had his teddy.....must have been planning to stay out all night.
Did I mention the climb was another stunner? And I've finally mastered taking photos one handed while riding up hill :)
After crossing the line at the top of Col de Vence, we collected our finisher medals at the bottom ...
... in at Antibes on the way. Took about 30 minutes to Antibes and we stopped in at a pretty little beach in the centre of Antibes and had a swim and sun session for around 2 hours. We saddled back up again and headed the next 15km to Canne. Made it to Canne easily enough. The place was definitely for the rich. We rode the coast road around the beaches rather than riding straight through the centre so we could get a better look. The rode took us around about 3km ...
As I am here to learn French, it's important to reflect on this aspect of my trip. In general, I am proud of my listening comprehension. I have never been an auditory learner, so this is actually quite surprising. When my classmates speak I understand them because they speak slowly, however, sometimes it is difficult to determine what they say because they are speaking with a Spanish or Dutch accent. Sarka sounds the most French to me, although I ...