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Travel Blogs from Juan-les-Pins
... surprised us at just how cheap it was after
several hundred miles of motorway.
We left at the next
exit and descended into Monaco, weaving through the streets until we
reached the marina. We were able to park the bike easily enough and
sat in a bar on the waterfront enjoying the first beer of the day.
We baked in the sunshine and it was probably this that tempted us to
get on and finish the day's riding.
... the ground around us every few seconds! This was a ...
... them by chasing out the birds and closing the terrace door whenever they would fly in. Shooing pigeons is more work than you think. I get the door and Nick chases the birds. People think we are crazy. Maybe we need more sleep? We made it aboard our train. There was a lot of running involved but we made it. We couldn't get the cabin door to open. I thought we'd missed our chance. Nick finally forces the door open, and a lady waves at him and says there's ...
... Chromebook. It's perfect for what I need, and I wasn't willing to spend too much on a laptop. This way, if I get robbed or it gets broken, I haven't lost a $2,000 MacBook. On my way back to the apartment, I stopped to listen to a live marching band! The bank was interesting, as it was made up of mainly elderly people, and just three young guys. Still, the old folks managed to keep a beat (still hope for you Dad haha). There was also a big fleamarket ...
... seeing his work. I'm not knowledgeable about art in even the smallest way, so I have enjoyed learning what I can on this trip. We both preferred the Vincent Van Gogh Museum because it really explained the story behind the artist. We had passed a laundromat on the way to the museum, which was very close to our apartment. Having started our day so early, we still had time to do laundry and put in a decent amount of time at the beach. We grabbed a sandwich to share and a ...