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Our first of the three trains we will take today, the Tren Italia* from Vareggio to Genoa is forty-five minutes late but the conductor assures us that we will make our connection to Vintimiglia. We do, just barely-fortunately, the train leaves from an adjacent track and there are no stairs to negotiate. This part of the journey is very pretty; the train tracks go along the sea and we can see sailboats and enormous yachts we believe are owned by Russian. At Vintimiglia, the border where ...
... walked on. We were keeping in contact letting Abdou know where we were so we were both surprised upon reaching the entrance and seeing that he wasn't there. I sent him a text to ask if there was a certain spot that we should be meeting him and he text back with a shop name of which the location was to us a mystery. Abdou then asked where we were however when I tried to say that we were at the entrance to the museum, the text wouldn't send. I had run out of credit. We ...
... s and Ferrari's and even a 2012 Bugatti Veyron which is approx 3 1/2 million dollars.
Stopped at the supermarket to get some groceries and then headed home to cook up a storm. Fresh salmon and avocado Vol Au Vonts.
Today, Thursday 3 July 2014 is my Niece's 8th birthday and the Anniversary of Dziadzia's death.
Visit to 'Cannes' today not before stopping in 'Antibes' for another swim.
Not an awful lot to see but the first stop was a ...
... fortified village perched on top of a hill, an hour's bus ride from
Nice. Its medieval fortress walls date from the 1400s. It's nice to take Greg there having been there when I was 17 with my family. From memory, it wasn't such a big tourist attraction back then. The bus was pretty full since on Saturday they only go every hour mostly, but luckily we got a seat. We bought a day bus pass for €5 each which lasts for 24 hours.
The sun came out enough ...
... and with our bulky backpacks it was easier to stay standing. Arriving at the Florence SM train station which only took 20 minutes at best we were and hour and half early for the next train. We placed ourselves where we could see the information boards so that we could see which platform we needed to go to next. In Italy you don't know which platform the train is going to leave from until almost the last minute and even then they can change at a minutes ...