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... which was within smelling distance of La Golondrina. We rarely ate there—it was hardly like going out—but it seemed appropriate for this visit. From our table on the terrasse of the restaurant we could see the roof of our old house.
Finally it was time to walk, as we’d done so many times, under the arches of the thick city wall into the bustling core of St Paul de Vence. The same tourists milled up and down the stone paths, holding dripping ...
... way-up-in-the-mountains-near- Collobrières-that-you-can-only-get-to-b y-means-of-incredibly-twisty-roads.
We wound around and around those incredibly twisty roads, expertly negotiated by Manfred. Even though he mercifully drove much slower than was his wont, the two occupants in the car with the Klein-carsick genes became increasingly aware of their common heritage. While Manfred, Annie, and even little Tuffet enjoyed the vertiginous views, Carole ...
... on cue and with the practised nonchalance that only comes from experience, I handed her the pants from her riding suit.
“You might want to change into these,” I said. “We've got a date with our granddaughter on the Cote D'Azur and we need to get moving.”
The best crew in the world took her pants and went looking for somewhere to change. It was great to have the team back together, and it is funny what you get good at.
... kreeg had ik het helemaal gehad en had ik mijn tentje maar opgezet en ben gaan pitten. die nacht was lekker koud en toen ik de volgende ochtend 5 minuten op de fiezts zat, ben ik maar ergens een verwarmend bakkie gaan halen, omdat mijn vingers t nog niet aan konden. Daarna ging het beter en na een dag fietsen nam ik met herinnering aan een aantal jaren geleden dat het een ellende was om parijs in te fietsen en ik uiteidelijk over de snelweg moest met toeterende auto`s om ...
... the film.
All went better than expected to begin with.
We found a multi-storey car park in the centre of town and trotted off to explore.
Antibes is quite a large centre, maybe not far off the size of Cannes, with lots of large stores but miles of lovely, restaurant and café-lined streets with hundreds of people sauntering about enjoying themselves. It has a very holiday-like atmosphere.
There was a wide variety of choice ...