Nyala Suite Hotel San Remo
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... the back streets and their high end retail occupants. We hopped back on the ferry and made our way back to the car. We set the GPS to avoid the toll roads and follow the winding coastal road through Cannes and to Nice - our stop for the night. This plan was good in theory, but the reality of packed rocky foreshore bursting with tanned Frenchys meant travel was very slow. Beautiful drive, but Rob was complaining of sore knee from constant ...
... to old town and started walking around. Beautiful streets! We found
La Storia for breakfast. For pastries each and Simon got a coffee as
well. Well, a mini coffee! Ha! We walked along a string of
produce markets , cours saleya. Simon bought cherries and I bought
watermelon. Scrumptious and fresh . So much fresh produce before us.
Massive tomatoes, garlic, spices, mushrooms, meats and more! It went for
Then we moved on and explored old town. We walked ...
... the hill to the village.
Our plan was to see all of the villages, but we knew that walking 9km was probably a bit of a stretch – particularly as the information provided said it took about 5 hours due to up and down nature of it. Also at the moment the walkway between Manarola (village 2) and Corniglia (village 3) is closed as it was washed out in a flood in October last year.
So from Manarola (village 2) ...
... luck of the weather. Besides the weather, there was also the food. I didn't expect a five star restaurant or anything but I also had hoped for something better than rice and mayonnaise mixed with olives and leftover veggies or pasta with mayonnaise and any extra veggies. And the kicker for me was that everything was made in those tubs, you know, the ones you use to store clothes in your attic. Yep, those are the ones. Oh, and did ...
Having perched up in the Italian Riviera for the night we headed 20mins west to the French version....settling in a sweet beachside camp just outside Nice. En route we stopped by Monaco. Strolled along the marina past multi-million dollar yatch after multi-million dollar yatch. We followed the F1 track though the tunnel and up to the famous Fairmont hairpin ending up outside the legendary Monte Carlo Casino. Judging by the calibre of cars parked ...