Adagio Monaco Palais Josephine
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... close to my ancestral village in Punjab. He didn't allow me to go to the hostel and instead asked me to stay over at his place. I agreed. We reached his place and his brother Navdeep was there to greet us. We had a nice salad along with chips and some whiskey.
They are both chefs with restaurants in Nice and it was tourist season so they both had to get up early and retired. I was offered the couch which transformed into a bed and ...
... next to a Lambigini and a Ferrari and then we went into the foyer of the Casino which was beautifully decorated but didn’t go any further in. We then thought we would walk around to the Cathedral that Prince Albert was going to be married in and that his parents are buried in, but when we got there a wedding was on, so we couldn’t actually go in!
Tonight after another lovely formal dinner we decided to go to the ...
... appetite (and thirst). The first night we ate at a little street café and had some of the best pasta of the trip (oops).
Saturday we dolled out the requisite 18euro and spent the day on a cushy lounger under an umbrella drinking cocktails and eating sandwiches on fresh baguettes. That is to say, we should have been under the umbrella really, as both Stacy and I ended up with some pretty good sunburn. Personally, my arms and legs ...
... the racing skateboards and wandered back to our hotel for a nap. Back up and out after having a drink at the hotel and we went down to the casino upon which they wanted 10 euro entry fee each. We peeked inside and there were very few people in there and no atmosphere at all. We passed on entering and looked around for somewhere not outrageous to eat. We didn't find it. Back to the Novotel and we ...
... or as they say, American) style gaming.
I had a relaxing time. Bit of shopping, eating, drinking and walking around just admiring the wealthy end of the world. It is expensive tho. Meals and drinks are way over-priced (about $17 aussie for a Johnny Walker & coke!). You even have to pay to use the toilet at the shopping centre and main tourist areas. I won some money at the main casino, then lost it (and some more) at the ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed