Hotel Ristorante Colomba d'Oro
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... cars happened every now and then. At a stretch I may have thought it was part of France. As it turns out, it's an independent(ish) micro state on the southern French coast, right next to where I'm staying in Nice. How could I not visit? I was tossing up between doing the hostel tour and just doing it myself, but realised that since I had no appropriate clothes to get into the Monte Carlo Casino going on my own was ...
... and then up to Mougins to see the statues and have dinner. Sun wasn't so good weather wise, visited Frejus market and then had the St Raphael Crazy Golf Masters in the persisting rain, which was great fun even though J&M beat us by one hole...... we'll have em next time :) ...
... been okay with me because Steven and I are walkers, not gamblers, there was no reason for it to be a problem, and yet I whinged, "Well, I'm not coming back to get changed," as we left the ship. It was a non-problem that I would normally have ignored but I had been in a bit of a mood since I broke the camera in Barcelona and the entire holiday was at risk of going down the gurgler if we didn't get a replacement – and besides, dress codes are probably common in casinos ...
... hear music wafting up from the bay so the party was obviously continuing.
Oralia, the other new girl, and I were invited for a tour around one of the yachts that we manage as it was in Monaco harbour. With 5 very spacious guest cabins each with a roomy ensuite spread over 4 separate levels, crew accommodation, a galley almost as big as my kitchen, a fabulous top deck with Jacuzzi, a bridge with every mod con you can think of and luxurious furnishings ...
... t until The 19th and early 20th centuries that the palace and its owners became symbols of the slightly risqué glamour and decadence that were associated with Monte Carlo and the French Riviera. And not until the late 20th century that the palace was restored both physically and symbolically in Monaco. Together with his wife, the famous American actress Grace Kelly, Prince Rainier not only restored the palace, but from the 1970s also made it the headquarters of ...