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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... with their son, H.S.H. Prince Albert II as its head of state. In 1997, the Grimaldi family celebrated the 700th anniversary of its reign in Monaco.
We made it back home in time for a siesta. Vincenzo stopped by for a glass of wine and made a reservation for us for dinner. The boys were not up to walking so Vincenzo had us follow him to find a parking spot. We had a lovely 'last' dinner in Lavagna. We were sad to be leaving the following morning.
... we said goodbye to another successful Griswold Family vacation. Ending my study abroad experience with a family vacation around Europe was a perfect conclusion to the best 5 months of my life.
Although I have welcomed being home, I find myself often missing my life abroad more than I thought I would. Even though I very much appreciate all of the home-cooked meals, the convenience of being able to drive to the grocery store, and never having to worry about paying ...
... of Virus Ville (old town).....so we are very organised when we go out! Quiet up here away from the traffic and people.the new tram system has totally transformed Nice....lovely wide streets and more pedestrian friendly.Had a lazy day, strolled the promenade does ...
Ahh what a great way to start the day by going down to the harbour and reinforce how little money you really have compared to the people who own these enormous super yachts! Aside from the big dollar signs everywhere Monte Carlo is stunning and just €2 to cruise across to the other side of port. Checked out the manicure gardens, passed the massive aquarium, saw some big cannon balls at Fort Antoine, strolled through the markets ...
Being in Antibes has been an experience which I would not be in a hurry to repeat. A kind of mental game of ‘Play your cards right’...
“You’ve arrived in Antibes (YAY!), but there is nowhere to stay locally (Boooo), but wait, the Youth Hostel is only €20 a night and they have a room (YAY), but the taxi ride there just cost you €30 (Boooooo)... etc etc
In spite of all of this, I’ve had ...