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... or decorated with glass crystals.
After lunch on the roof of the hotel (actually the best of the three lunches we have had), we proceed to the sale. There are very few tables; nobody seems to be buying much, and I doubt that the dealers that did make an effort to come did very well. Prices were lower; good for the buyer, bad for those of us who are thinking about de-aquisitioning in the not too distant ...
I woke to the sound my phone on silent, buzzing with the sound of a phone call from the desk beside me. Dane had hastily jumped out of bed and snatched it up.
'It's him!', he exclaimed, 'We slept in!'
It was the guy from blablacar who was giving us a lift to Nice. It was 6.50am, we should have been at the train station and were still in bed. ****! Dane handed me the phone and I spoke to him, though I could hardly see through my sleepy eyes, and my brain ...
... my roomie Sarah and I wanted to squeeze in one last Spanish mission... to the beach! We are both suffering from swollen achy feet so a 10€ taxi ride to the beach to smoosh our toes in the sand and paddle in the warm water then bury them nice and deep in the cool damp beach while we sat and listened to tunes was absolute bliss! It was beatifully mild and my Sangria buzz added to the beauty of the whole scene. Mid night and the beach was busy still, a few swam and ...
Thanks to all who were concerned. We got over the dramas very quickly and in fact once we had our luggage back in our possession we never thought about it again.
So time to head off again. Back to the Airport for our flight to Nice in the South of France.
Flying with Czech Airlines again so I guess I did wonder whether we would arrive ok with our bags or not and there was nothing to worry about. This one was flying and on time and all was good.
... with the culture of Nice. I found the old town nearby and saw the Parc de la colline du chateau, or rather, Castle Hill, the remains of a castle that was dismantled by soldiers of King Louis XIV in 1706. I walked towards it and realised how high I'd have to climb to get to the top. There were other options available, a lift which was free or a tourist train which probably wasn't free but I thought the walk up would be a better experience. It was a beautiful walk up ...