Hotel Ristorante Colomba d'Oro
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Today we ventured to Monaco and Eze, and a whirlwind affair it was too.
Eze is a medieval village atop a mountain crag and it promised much...but we never quite got there. The bus driver was not keen to venture up to the top and play chicken with other coaches and vehicles, and the parking fee of 36 euros was also a dampener. So instead we went to a perfumery that was a mere ...
... still has his gall bladder and some anti-biotics. There was some anxious moments trying to translate medical advice but 'we' sorted it all in the end.
For a short while I thought I was going to have to shave my head (well down to a #2) and fill in for Al next week walking Jasmine down the aisle!
Now the cone of silence ...
... were almost first to get our room. It's on the sixth floor with a balcony over looking the sea. We can see the private yachts entering the marina and others moored nearby. After our luggage arrived, we went for a walk, firstly orientating ourselves within the hotel. It is about a 10 minute walk to the breakfast room and at least three very long corridors from our room to the lift (paced out as 290 m to the lifts!) We went up to the 7th floor and checked out the ...
... their luck, some won, others lost. I put 50 euro on the roulette
table and lost it all over two spins – easy come easy go.
After walking around the grand casino i walked back to the street, took some pictures of the fancy cars and meet up with the group. We then walked back to the coach. The we caught the coach back to Nice and the hostel. Once back at the hostel i used the WiFi and then relaxed in the room, while outside the french had lots one of their world cup games.
It was Anne Catherine's birthday and to celebrate it we went for a fabulous hike in the Esterel escarpment behind Mandelieu. There were 5 of us including a couple who are old friends of David and AC’s and who regularly hike with them. We set off fairly late in the morning for various reasons including the fact that I have an hour’s drive to get to them now that I am in Eze rather than Mouans Sartoux. We only did about half an hour’s walk before we ...