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We had another early start this morning to leave France and drive to Monaco. It's only about 1/2 or thereabouts but we only have one day there so wanted to make it a good one.
There's no distinction at all between borders in countries. I guess Monaco is also only about 2km2 but I kind of expected a bit of a gap between countries. The houses continue just as if there were no borders. I'm not sure how the language works on the border of Italy ...
After some time studying the form, big bets were placed and all money was lost in what seemed like a blink of an eye.....in reality it was one spin of the wheel which is slightly longer than the blink of an eye.
We'd done our dough and so we left and headed home. I should add that earlier I had copied Mark Webber and successfully completed the famous F1 hairpin. Mark had it easy, I had cars coming towards ...
... coincidence. They were staying at a different hotel and just happened to be walking around after having their dinner. I surprised them by calling Phyllis' name and they were just as surprised as us at the coincidence. We bid them adieu again and continued our dinner search, our energy waning pretty quickly. All our good intentions failed due to tiredness and we stopped at an Italian place and shared a pizza and a Creme brûlée then headed home for ...
... truck to the entrance to the Citadel, this I did as arranged for 08:00 only to be sent away by the police as they didn't expect me before 12:00. After much negotiation with the Citadels administration team it was agreed that I could bring the truck around at about 10:00. By now it was incredibly hot and I now had to get into the back of the trailer which was doing a very passable impression of a sauna, needless to say I all but melted away by time we had everything unload with ...
... or so, I stood at its beginning. I later learned why the path is named for Nietzsche. The story goes that Nietzsche spent a number of winters in Nice, and visited Èze in 1880. It was apparently during a walk up this goat path of a trail to the top village that he envisioned part 3 of Thus Spoke Zarathustra. The trail was later named Le Chemin de Nietzsche in his honor. The path begins as a wide welcoming sideway, completely walled and ...