Residence Les Bastides De Grimaud
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- Heated pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
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... which is the resting place of all the Grimaldis and includes the resting place of Princess Grace which is like a shrine and Prince Rainier who died in 2005. When we first arrived in the square beside the castle, the entire area is full of activity and crowds. We have stumbled the 70th VE celebrations for Monaco. Much of the square is a recreation of a WWII military base with everything from jeeps, motorcycles, ...
... of forbodding. First it got narrow, then the scratches from the bushes started, then it started uphill and I think as soon as the first roots showed itself everyone got off their bikes. The next 15 minutes were intense haha and a fair few had a mind to go back (myself included) but since the end was in sight we continued on. The roots and rocks really were something and lugging the bike up was hard work. But despite the lack of a beach at the top or even a ...
... stop in the mountains. I got chatting to Andrew in a bar and mentioned that we were planning on mountain biking and he invited us out for a Sunday morning ride with him. That then led to a lovely home cooked dinner with his family in their amazing home. We then moved on to Andorra where we hooked up with Singletrack Safari for a day of high altitude, steep, rugged and tough riding with a great group of people. It really pushed my nerve and my skills, but I felt ...
From there we ended up in Monte Carlo. Every high end car you can think of with a foreign sounding name was there. If you saw a Toyota you felt sorry for the poor guy because it was out of place. With allllll the money running around there we ended up having to hike up a mini hill to get to the mall and the Monte Carlo museum. You would think with all the millions that they would have an escalator or something ...
... not a great place but very convenient. Then I decided I should go back and fuel the plane. It took the help of friendly guy at the local Aeroclub (Aeroclubs are a big part of GA flying in France) with limited English to show me how to get back on the ramp without passing through passenger security in the terminal. It was a locked gate with a guard where I had to show my pilot license for first time. Once on the ramp refueling was no ...