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This morning we docked outside of San Remo, Italy. Fifty kilometers east of Monte Carlo lies San Remo, Italy, a sun-dappled Mediterranean resort with a casino, spectacular villas, and Riviera-style grandeur. Beyond the manicured lawns and bell hotels, San Remo hides a little visited old town, a labyrinth of twisting lanes that cascade down ...
... tower for the other cathedral buildings but never actually rang the bell. It was taken out to lessen the weight. Supporting material has been placed under the weaker foundation and scientists have recently guaranteed it standing for another 200 years. We must have driven through 100+ tunnels, many short ones, cut into the hilly mountain range close by the Mediterranean coast along the journey. Very scenic in the in ...
... the obvious majesty hidden just below the unkempt facade.
The overwhelming presence of the Riviera (French, Monegasque and Italian) lulled us both into a sun drenched siesta as we were chauffeured back for a 4:30pm arrival at our Provenšal residence, for cheese and carrots in the 'new potager'.
A swim and shower ignited some energy for dinner preparations, which we ate on the 'Italian terrace' overlooking ...
... has a beautiful harbour ringed by colourful buildings, restaurants and ice cream parlours. We were all so desperate for a swim in the beautiful sea - but there was no beach! We went for a walk up to the castle, which gave us some beautiful views. On the way down, Ziggy and Nick - keen for a bit of adventure, decided to go off the path - which was heading down to some rocks and ..... The glittering sea. It was really steep ...
... The fourth and last train was easy to find and we got on without a problem. I've noticed so far that our tickets haven't been checked once. All you do is walk onto your train and hope you're on the right one! I'd like to know how they don't have people sneaking on. Something I've noticed since starting in Barcelona is the buildings colours, in Spain they were brown and dark. In France they were a creamy white colour and in arriving in Italy, the ...