Albergo Ristorante Lucciola
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... bus driver eventually let me on. I explained that I did have a ticket but my husband had it. "Where is your 'usband then" was his question. I had to explain that they weren’t interested in the gardens and had gone on. I had the earphones they provide for the tour. He was reluctant but he let me on!
We walked to the supermarket where we had agreed to meet the boys when they came back from checking in. As we figured they’d be a ...
... along side" and we were going to go into the town by tender boats. We couldn’t leave due to the high winds and so the other ship had to go somewhere else. We were beneficiaries of the bad weather for a change.
We got on the bus and headed for our first stop: Cannes. On the way we saw the beginning of the Grand Prix auto race. So, we know that many of you would like to come and see the Grand Prix. Here is what it would ...
Monday 8th July 2013
When I was little and we used to visit my paternal grandmother's house, hanging from a single nail in the hallway just inside the front door was a postcard of Monaco. Instead of just an ordinary postcard pinned to the wall this one had been mounted in a deep frame, one side of it bent around and some fake miniature flowers embedded in the bottom to give it mock 3D impression. Rudimentary it may have been but I liked it. Years later after she had ...
... 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 ...
We reached Monaco by bus and walked up to the royal palace. We were just in time for the changing of guards ceremony which was fun to see (it's not as grand as Buckingham palace, but very fancy nevertheless, especially for such a tiny country).
We had a quick look at a palace museum which featured artifacts from Napoleons's life. We saw the pointed hat Napoleon wore and the embroidered booties from his ...