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... We've seen a Maserati, totally chrome Bentley coupe, so many porsches in all shapes and sizes, audis, lots of sports cars and .... and ..... and .... it's amazing. This is where the rich people live! Had a night cap of some lovely wine that we bought in Germany. Now we've just got to smuggle the empty wine bottle and the empty coke bottle out of the hotel in the morning. If we put it in the bin, they charge about 15 euros corkage fee! This is where the rich people ...
All going well here. The weather is picking up and getting warmer although we are still getting the odd unexpected shower. I expect when it does heat up I'll wish it was cold again because the heat is very humid here. Work is going ok although it's quite a learning curve. Would prefer not to work of course, or at least less days a week, but at least it is challenging the old brain cells. It's quite complicated as far as the IT side of things. You have ...
... very happy. We made it home after another 25min wait for the bus. Luckily the car was where we had left it and it hadn't disappeared. We toddled off home and made our dinner up and had a relaxing evening. First part of the day was awesome...second part not so much. We were thinking about going back into Nice tomorrow morning but we won't bother not. Not worth it from what we saw today. Will go up the coast and explore some other little towns ...
Funny how things work.
We were planning to go to Monaco today for lunch. So, after our usual breakfast of bread, cheese and eggs, Matt spoke with the front desk agent (who looks like Gerard Depardieu) and discovered that the trains in France are on strike!
Remember how we decided to change our plans when we first arrived to Nice? Good thing we did - we couldn't have left today if we tried! ...
... and seeing some of the sights, we got on the train to head back to Nice. Along the way, we passed the towns of Villefranche-sur-Mer (looks like a better beach and marina – sheltered and spacious), Beaulieu-sur-Mer and Cap d’Ail (where Jeff stayed at a youth hostel that was in a mansion right on the beach when he visited this area many years ago). Our trip to Monte Carlo was so easy taking the train – a perfect way to spend the morning and part of the ...