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... with melted chocolate.
After dinner a group of 4 couples decided to go to the
lookout for the evening to avoid doing it in the heat tomorrow. We walked
through the centre to the beach to head up to the hill. It was a lovely walk as
the day had cooled down and there was a slight breeze. When we got to the entry
we found a locked gate and some people stuck behind it. They asked us to see if
anyone from the nearby hotel could let ...
... and over the old town. It started to rain lightly as we headed off which, unfortunately, spoiled our views as we drove down through the hillside towns and into Nice. The habitation became denser as we descended and got closer to the coast and some of the houses grew larger and more luxurious. The surroundings levelled out and we could see glimpses of the sea, eventually driving onto the Promenade des Anglais along the brilliant blue Mediterranean until we ...
... grown up independent girls. He told the girls lots of stories. It certainly is great to catch up with him again.
Back in the car and we had to drive up a very steep mountain with many very sharp turns and hairpin bends but before continuing on we had to double park on the side of the road to get out and buy fresh Baguettes. Such a typically French thing to do.
On with the car treck Where we were all holding on for our lives but especially me as I ...
... to each compartment closed, you could adjust the temperature and even shut the lights off. We shared it with three other people but they all got off by the second stop and we had the place to ourselves. We shut the light and the door and no one bothered us.
It was still raining on us when we arrived in Nice. Our hotel was close to the station though so we didn't get too wet. We are in a 10 bed dorm. I don't understand how people can be so messy when they have to ...
... here and there.
I took a long hot shower and got ready for a nap. I laid down for five minutes and allowed my cell phone to charge for maybe 5%, then I got up and wanted to see the Russian cathedral. When I travel, I can never stay put. Even if I am exhausted, I push my body to the limit, scared not to visit everything I can visit in the short timeframe that I have. It was interesting to see "that" part of town in the evening. ...