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... at work ) I went shopping and exploring. Back on the bus for a driving tour of Rome. This was the amazing bit. Look right, look left, right again. Just absolutely amazing.... There are bits of marble columns just laying on nature strips! And then we turned a corner...and there was The Coliseum. Oh my god! I had a ball here...(could walk in circles and still see amazing, amazing sites.) Loved it. Just loved it. The grin was from ear to ear. Amazed me that it took only ...
... to but then get out again, paying through neither the nose nor out the ******** for the experience.
I'm no stranger to walking around Grand Prix tracks. In Melbourne I got to lay footsteps on the Albert Park circuit in it's entirety just as the work to prepare for the race itself was beginning. A little over a month later I stumbled across a part of Singapore's circuit, home of the night race. What I found was an eerily deserted main straight and pit complex ...
... that many Rolls Royces, Ferraris and then countless BMWs and Audis. I've never seen so many expensive cars like that before in my life. The yachts parked in the harbors were also massive. I'm sure the cost of most of them was in the millions. Overall it was strange realizing how small the country is, but their 0% unemployment and the amount of wealth there is impressive.
... to get a hotel here some other day and just walk along the road; biking is just too fast to fully soak it all in. There weren’t even many people on the road here, but maybe that changes during the July-August holiday season.
As for Cannes, I was only passing through. The film festival had actually ended just a few days prior, not like that mattered much, for the crowds would have just made it harder to cycle through. The beach at Cannes was almost three ...
... in the pool before leaving, and were surprised when Kai was forbidden entry with his long swimming trunks in favour of shorter underpants- perhaps the french require more revealing swim wear! After we wound a long way into the surrounding hills to find a tiny medieval village perched on top of a hill- it was really lovely, and Hannah has decided she would like to move ...
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