Hotel Ristorante Colomba d'Oro
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... F1 cars reach 160mph, Basil only managed around 60mph ...
... we did. Amazing how they've built such a compact place basically into a cliff edge; half of it is underground with loads of tunnels - we even parked the camper in an underground motorhome carpark! Lots more posh gin palaces in the harbours and a definite feel of opulence. We walked along a bit of the F1 course which was being prepared for next month's Grand Prix - couldn't believe that the cars whip round there at the speed they ...
Peter and I woke up very early this morning around 5ish. At around 5.30am you could hear the ship’s engine slow down. Got up and had a look outside. We were in Monaco and the pilot tug boats were guiding Seabourn Quest in.
Monaco looks beautiful at dawn with all its’ lights twinkling back at us.
Showered, did the final packing and headed out for breakfast at 7am. We sat out on the balcony with the port ...
... It was a hot day in July, and it was afternoon. In retrospect, morning would have been a better choice of time. I walked and rested, then walked some more and took in the views, all together for about an hour, when I finally reached the village. By then, I was out of water and out of cherries, and wanted nothing more than a glass of ice cold water. The menu of an Italian restaurant caught my eye, and I sat down and ordered water and ...
... counting the Mercedes and the BMWs (they use Mercedes for taxis; fer cripes' sake!)
I counted 3 Rolls Royces (including the one seen here), 3 Bentleys, at least 4 Porsches, 1 Aston Martin, 1 Jaguar, 1 Ferrari (red), 1 Lamborghini, and 2 Smart Cars!
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed