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... another continent - how exciting is that! And the sky has a thin line of rosy haze a new day begins! Maybe just a little crazy? Bright blue sky, light glowing on wing tips-1:30am your time but over Greenland it is morning. only 3 more hours to go. Lots of bustling around now -more purposeful activity -storage hatches opening and closing, line-ups for the ...
... I am maybe not the fittest I am slowly building up my strength. However now that I have a job, I will be shelving that idea for a while.
I have found a sweet little one bedroom cottage in St Laurent d'Eze which I will move to tomorrow. It has a bedroom, bathroom/laundry, kitchen/living room, fold out sofa and a little outdoor eating area. if you peer through the bushes there is a wonderful view of the Mediterranean below, The owners live just ...
... at the airport. Adam and I bundled the bags into their car. Sarah, Deb, Meg and Liam headed back into town on the bus, while Adam and I navigated our way around the car parks and then dragged the bags through the old city and eventually found our apartment for the week. ( Nice Pebbles - Claret)
Back to the car, and off to their apartment for ...
... the road and we were met by one of the hotel staff who told us we'd need to walk up to the top to check in and he'd take care of our bags (only later I realised that there was no special lift or dumb waiter for this, the poor guy sherpered them up himself!) We played the honeymoon card and got given the "prince of Sweden's personal library" room (photo) which had an amazing view - even from the shower (photo again). It also had a creepy secret door into the room next door and ...
... as we ate our pastries and sipped our juice. There was a cool breeze whipping the people who had chosen to sit outside facing the road and water. We watched the table cloths dance in the wind and the serviettes fly. The sea was emerald in colour and broke loudly onto the pebble beach. It was soothing to sit and enjoy our breakfast watching the world pass by. After walking about 20 minutes from the hotel we made it onto yet another train through crowds of people hovering around the ...