Albergo Ristorante Lucciola
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the lovely French Rivera out the window between tunnels. Monaco is the worlds 2nd smallest country after the Vatican & has been ruled for 700 years by the Grimaldi family. The current Prince Albert is only home for 6 months of the year. He is very involved with charities & the environment. To become a resident of Monaco the application itself cost 1 million euros & maybe rejected. It's also a playground & holiday spot for the rich ...
... finished after about 4.5 hours of walking up and down steep and uneven paths. But we felt good. We had had a good hike.
I was awoken on Monday/Tuesday night at 12.30am to the sound of fireworks. There was a superyacht private party in the bay below. The fireworks were really pretty damn good and they went on for at least half an hour. I was amazed that they are allowed to do that on a week night after midnight. Anyway it was quite a spectacle and afterwards ...
... and Keryn and I up to palace area. Walked down to marina and waited at bar for the others. Bought a drink with Mums money then back to ship. Manhatten again and our two Andy's, Neal and maitre'd, Nino are getting to know us and they love our table. Then piano bar till ...
... Have taken heaps of photos. Had about an hour and half there. Drove through some beautiful towns to the perfumery. Shown how they make the perfume, France being the best in the world for perfume. Also make a lot of beauty products, soaps, oils etc.. Then off to a French restaurant for a three course dinner, wine and drinks included. Very nice. Back to hotel early start for tomorrow as will be stopping in Monaco before our next overnight stop at Montecatini in ...
Monaco is the second smallest country in the world, after the Vatican City. It is divided into four parts: Fontvieille, Monaco-Ville, La Condamine, and Monte Carlo. I think Monte Carlo is definitely the most famous part, and it is where we stayed. We were there for two nights, but we came late on one night and left early two mornings after. So we had one full day there. The day we were there, Soph decided to just stay back at the hotel to try ...