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Found it dr.vota found Mediterranean Sea

Monday, August 9, 2010Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, France

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07:48 The cache I found during my [url=http://img.geocaching.com/cache/log/67219c5e-4f29-4d5e-81b2-a97442541181.jpg]Eurocaching Tour 2010[/url]. TFTC, TNLN
Nice place and nice sea. Answers was send by e-mail.
Jen malá procházka od predchozí earthky, pár otázek, na nekteré jsem odpovedi hledal až doma. Slunce zacínalo vylézat nad kopce a svítit na pobreží. Cestou zpet k autu jsem nakoupil v místním obchode a vyrazil do Saint-Tropez.
Díky Merci

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