Villa La Brise
Travel Blogs from San Remo
... on Facebook. I say yes - a tattoo of his face, including glasses, on his face.
He spent breakfast with Dan and Sarah, a liberally-pierced Aussie couple, and rode through the Rhone wine region. His favourite wine, predictably, is Chateau De Asse.
He claims to have negotiated the "foothills of the Alps", where, yet again, he perchanced upon a cafe of unfriendly natives. I detect a pattern developing here and a common denominator.
Sat Nav trouble ...
... Went back to the hotel at about 3 and showered, packed a
little and got ready to head to Monaco and Monte Carlo casino! We
made it to the train station and got our tickets to Monaco. The train
was so nice! Comfy seats, tables, power sockets... So good.
on the water view side too! So for our 22 minute ride on the train we
had stunning views over the riviera, through towns like Eze. We
got to Monaco and I was so excited!! We headed straight for the ...
... bus actually arrived! We came home to wake up the boys (they had a big night and didn't get in until 6am, crazy boys!) and to find out that they got caught in a massive storm (which Ange and I listened to and watched from the comfort of our bedroom that night) and Tobi had taken his passport out with him (rookie error) which is now completely water damaged, the photo is not visible anymore and its completely not passable.. Yip Tobi is stuck in france! ...
... her father whom she only
had with her for 6 years before he passed away.
On to Regensburg (Bavaria) for 2 nights, then to Landshut
and Munich where we met up with Dominique (who visited us in Cairns about two
and a half years ago) and her family.
I think the highlight of Wandas trip was when her uncle
in Landchut gave her a “sketch” of her father that he had given to his
grandmother in about 1949.
Bonjour from French Riviera! We've just left Barcelona, so let's discuss that...one sidedly of course. Comments can wait until after the show & will gladly be accepted ;P Barcelona is a city that grows on you with each passing hour. It's unlike the cities that we've visited so far, in that it's more about vibrant culture than grand buildings. I say that with the exception of the awesome La Sagrada Familia, and I say the connotatively ...