Hotel Ristorante Colomba d'Oro
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... largest Euromillions win wouldn't buy a share in some of the boats there, but you can always dream.
Next we headed up to the old town and the palace on the hill. This was a strange mix of architecture (think Trago Mills castle) but clearly the best position for the Prince to overlook the bay.
Every single empty spot seems to be filled in Monaco and we are not sure we could put ...
... driving and the visibility was a combination of lorry ...
... the marina in awe we walked the sea wall to reach the most beautiful gardens everything here is dedicated to princess grace. So many things are in her honor, from a road to a statue. We then went to the cathedral of Monte Carlo which isn't as impressive as some of those we have seen but it does have a very futuristic looking organ at the back. It's also white so from outside it looks picture perfect. Next stop was the royal palace. ...
... modest when compared to the British Royals' residences. And we finally found some souvenir shops open for business. And you'd think these shop owners were looking to make their entire year's profit from this boat load of tourists. Man...were their prices high...but being the only game in town, we paid the price for the little bits and bobs. After a very brief few hours in port, we are now on our ...
So let me start by letting you know that I expected the traffic to be heavy, the streets narrow and driving on the wrong side of the road to be difficult. But not this heavy everywhere, always so narrow and hell hard to judge the other side of the car. It is also important to know that no one was hurt in either of the two minor errors of judgement I made yesterday. OK, let's call it was what they were, accidents. The first scraped the smallest amount of paint for the rental ...