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Travel Blogs from Imperia
Today is officially our last day and night in Italy and our last 5 days left of this epic Europe trip. The drives are now starting to get longer as we clock up the miles homeward bound.
We hit lots of tunnels and toll roads today as we hugged the Italian Riveria. Our planned lunch stop was going to be Portofino, a small bay with cliff side restaurants and ...
... to play the Dirty Dancing slots at one of the world's most famous casinos.
Surprisingly, no millionaires invited us back to their yachts. I thought for sure we would be partying with P. Diddy or George Clooney by the end of the night. Oh well. Seeking out the city's cheapest dinner was fun too.
... 8226; Hotel Hermitage - pink marble columns, ceiling frescoes We went by train (via La Poste - 19.50€ to send small box home) to Monaco and walked up to the palace (another mean "feet"). Di and I did the tour of the palace (8€)...I was underwhelmed! The only "official" portrait of the current Grimaldi family is a shocker. We watched the changing of the guard at 11.55am. Met up ...
A day of rest at sea, working on our
suntans. We watched dolphins frolicking in the wake of the ship as we
ate dinner at our rear window where we also frequently observe the
sunset. It's also been a full moon, so the evenings strolling the
promenade deck have been beautiful. I'm starting to really dread
getting off. Of course, two weeks in Devon and Cornwall should ease
... with each dish and its constituent ingredients explained in detail by the waiter – it sounded kind of special – so we decided to head to our favourite bar in the marina (free canapes with aperitifs!!) and give them time to warm up. A mojito or so later, we returned to find the place hopping – and discovered that three women walking into an Italian restaurant without a man in sight is rather like a red flag to a hot blooded ...