Hotel Ambassador Monaco
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Travel Blogs from Monte-Carlo
Let's start with an adventure. Upon arriving at Monaco Monte Carlo station after a long train journey from Barcelona, we naturally thought that getting to the hotel would be fairly straightforward with our printed map from Google. What Google fails to tell you is the relative altitude of the street - whether it’s a steep climb up a hill, or a …
... wet our hair fully with water from a tap nearby. It was above 30C. We then had a good look around the town and had a yummy ice cream to cool down. Then went on a hunt for the casino which took a while driving through the streets but we finally found it. The casino looked cool because it had a shiny mirrored bowl on a roundabout out front. Unfortunately you had to be 18 to go in so we couldn't. Then we went on another hunt for the Prince's car collection ...
... re-schedule. Because of this they gave me the video for free. Then the 30 minute session turned into about 50 minutes so I was rapt. The noise this thing makes in the tunnels was unreal. There was a lull between hitting the throttle and when the power went down, but then it just launched effortlessly. JJ the pilot said it goes from zero to 100 km in four seconds! The car handled smoothly, hung on the road and although we were only topping out at 120km it ...
... who hasn't paid for a ticket. Once we gave up we spent time looking at the stores that we would never be able to go into and the cars parked in front of them, Aston Martins, Ferrari’s, Mercedes, you know, low end.We then decided to head toward the palace. There was still monarchy in Monaco and we wanted to compare this palace to Buckingham. The route to the palace was a little more daunting then we thought. Since Monte Carlo is built on the ...
... it almost as much as Grant enjoyed driving it!
Through Nice and Cannes where again the beaches were all private and were packed – so we just stopped briefly for ice-creams and cold drinks.
A bit more driving to get us further along the coast – so tonight we are overnighting in Montpellier – heading to Androa tomorrow.
We have clocked up over 6,500km so far across 9 countries in Europe (11 countries if you count the Vatican and ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed