Residence dei Due Porti
Travel Blogs from San Remo
It is strangely reassuring to learn that Paul's first sustenance in Italy was a Snickers bar.
Last night saw dinner at a restaurant called Les Jacquemart - a salad Nicoise starter and steak frites with a roquefort sauce and a half carafe of vin rouge.
Our gastronaut described the food as excellent and returned to his hotel room later to find that, of 37 reviews on trip advisor, only two were better than "terrible".
Masterchef charlatan Greg Wallace ...
... The day actually cleared up and we went down to the beach for a swim. The rocks were just so bad. They are so hard and horrible and trying to lie on the rocks and sun bake is so not fun. There was also this really weird guy who didn't talk English or French or anything but he was so weird and kept following us in the water and splashing us and laughing. It was so creepy, luckily there were four of us so we just laughed it off and watched each other. We went back to ...
... spoiled when we reached Montecarlo as the seating stands and other paraphernalia for the Grand Prix are still everywhere. But what a pretty city! The old architecture is just gorgeous. However, it was incredibly windy there today and not much fun to be in it for long.
And Paul enjoyed ogling the boats and constant parade of expensive cars: Ferraris, Bentleys, Lamborghinis - virtually all the expensive super cars you can expect with porsches basically a bit ...
... br> name. The guards at “checkpoint Charlie” were going to lock her up as she took
that many photos they thought she was planning an attack.
Sunday morning we picked up the car and headed to
Hannover about 300km and spent a day and a night there before heading onto Dusselldorf about another 300km
to Wandas uncle and family.
Travelling in Germany on the Autobahn is easier than on
the single lane highways in Poland, but when ...
... and go see the Russian Cathedral. It was closed; but some nice French ladies said it should be open in the evening. So I decided to go find the Theatre of Modern Photography which was not open either due to construction! All I had left of my plans was to go chill on the beach, so go chill is what I did. The water was FREEZING so I didn't get any further in the Mediterranean Sea than ankle deep, but the sun was warm ...