Cycling in Sydney Australia
Thanks to the freedom of car ownership, we couldn't afford to go anywhere this weekend, which was a compulsory 4 days, not even camping. I didn't have to persuade the missus to go for a ride as it's the only thing we can do.
We put the kid seats on, and the 4 of us went to Cagnes Sur Mer castle. It's 4.5km along fully separated paths, until the last km odd. We stop on the way at a playground, and for lunch. There are a fair few cars during the short climb into the citadel. Ollie says "I'm sick of these cars!" That's my boy! I hug him, and give him a kiss. We parked in front of the garage attendant's box, while the cars must wait about 5 to 10 minutes each, for the loading machine to take the car away, roller coaster style.The old town has a spectacular setting, and great views. The total for the day is 8 euro odd for sandwiches.
There are some great paths around here, and on Monday we roll into Nice along the sea front. This path extends 15km from Antibes to Nice, and then onto I'm not sure, but would like to find out. We hop on and off for a roundabout ride, for the youngest to sleep on a park bench, to throw stones at the beach, and to run around in a playground (total 5 euro + food). They're both great days for me, and I think the boys enjoyed it a lot too.
Thanks to Renault for making it possible.
Louis, ahead of his time, sleeps on a park bench.