Hotel Ambassador Monaco
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Monte-Carlo
... the hill, so I had a chance to pop into a shop that sold lavender sachets and pick some up for myself. Right before that, Michele and I visited the church since it was right next to the restaurant where we had lunch. Felipe showed us where to find another spectacular view of the sea. We got there by crossing part of the church's cemetery. The view was breathtaking! Once we were back on the coach, our next stop was the Smallest Country in the World - Monaco! ...
... then dropped us back to where we staying st aunt Rosemary's apartment (on the beach) and realised we had he whole place to ourselves! It was luxury. The next day we got up and went down for a coffee and a swim with Michela and the kiddies. Claudia and I then wandered around more, got a yummy juice from the markets and then headed home. We relaxed in the balcony, did our nails, boring stuff but was nice to chill out. That night Harvey ...
... of the guard of the palace and then did the hop on, hop off tour of Monaco. Learnt about the history and we went on the Grand Prix track. Afternoon at the Nikki Beach Club at our hotel, wondering where all these young people got their money or if they are using their parents. Out kids were certainly not spending the day drinking and smoking the shishapipe at a beach club in Monaco. Lots of fake boobs and some fake people. Off to the casino ...
... we walked to the Musée des Voitures which is the car museum, so many amazing and antique cars, many used by the royal family. Dad and UK were in heaven!! Strolled down by the water and enjoyed lunch at a little cafe with live music. Padjusted my umbrella to give me maximum shade. I may never leave... First pre-party of the trip was held at chez Schmitz this evening before our Farewell dinner with the other ...
... he should make the French in Monaco pay taxes to France. Rainier said no, it’s my country, I will do what I want. DeGaulle turned off all of the electricity and water to Monaco. I couple of days later, Rainier capitulated.
So today the President of France was here. We saw all of the preparations for him, many flags and many local and Monaco police wearing lots of braid and looking very important. There were also what ...