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... where to go next. Eventually we walked round the garden (well Wendy did). There was a musical fountain and many different areas of the garden including a viewpoint where you could see the Mediterranean on both sides of the point. It was all very beautiful but again, lots of steps and it was very hot. Wendy took a quick self guided tour of the house and it was quite interesting. However many of the group were fading fast. We eventually walked back to the bus ...
... year anniversary this year. The town is overlooked by incredible mountains, and the old town on the area called The Rock, where the palace is located. Lots of motorbikes here. And very large boats! Had dinner at a restaurant called Graziella, and then walked back to the hotel and crashed. Tomorrow we plan to explore further afield, and will need to get a handle on local ...
Back on the bus again this morning for another drive day, and the first thing to be done is sing our day song! considering none of us really knew it, its really growing on us! It was a long drive to the French Rivera, I managed to get some sleep but probably not enough, Matilda brought out her word find book she had been doing on the plane so we were all doing that for a while, but it probably wasn't the best idea, I started feeling quite ...
... family was behind us and they sounded so ridiculously stupid and ditsy. The grandma was a bit out of it. Kept getting so confused about why people "pushed in". About 6 times they told her "they paid for priority boarding". People are funny!
We made our way through and on to the plane. I had window seat and Simon had the middle. Another lady on the left of Simon. We had seats just on the wing again! Beautiful views as we ascended over Nice.
We were out of France. Au Revoir.
... the stem of the lemon, untied the bottle, and filled it with vodka. We still have it. During its decade-long marination the lemon has become somewhat bleached out, and the vodka has acquired a strong yellow tint. The passage of time can be marked in so many ways.
We went back up the road for lunch at La Petite Chapelle Restaurant, which was within smelling distance of La Golondrina. We rarely ate there—it was hardly ...